Archive for 'Newfoundland Tricolour Flag'
The Revolution Starts Here! [Published in The Sunday Independent, on 17 September 2005)] Dear editor, This year my friends and I took advantage of the May 24th weekend to do something different. We decided to raise the native flag of Newfoundland — the Pink, White, and Green — over the southside hills in St. John’s. […]
‘Personally’ endorses Pink, White and Green By JOHN GUSHUE Special to The Telegram Premier Danny Williams says he personally supports hoisting the Pink, White and Green as the official flag of Newfoundland and Labrador, although he cautions a change in government policy is another matter altogether. “From a personal perspective, I have that preference,” Williams […]
Ivan Morgan says the Pink, White and Green should be made the provincial flag I’m watching a documentary on Hinduism on cable one night, killing time waiting for World’s Greatest Police Chases IV to come on. Suddenly my daughter is looking at the screen and laughing, incredulous. “What? Are they kidding?” Covering all the walls […]
by John FitzGerald [Based on a column originally published in The Sunday Independent, Vol. 1, No.1. (12 October 2003)] The Newfoundland pink, white and green tricolor is one of the oldest symbols in continuous use in Newfoundland and Labrador. It predates its cousin the Irish flag by five years, and is the oldest flag in […]
By Archbishop Michael F. Howley The pink the rose of England shows, The green St. Patrick’s emblem bright, While in between the spotless sheen St. Andrew’s cross displays the white. Then hail the pink, the white, the green; Our patriot ring long may it stand, Our sire lands twine their emblem trine To form the […]