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    Grand Council Flag of the Mi'kmaq Nation.[1] Although the flag is meant to be displayed hanging vertically as shown here, it is quite commonly flown horizontally, with the star near the upper hoist.

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    • Marc Tenzin Gonpo Tibet

      Grand Council Flag of the Mi'kmaq Nation.[1] Although the flag is meant to be displayed hanging vertically as shown here, it is quite commonly flown horizontally, with the star near the upper hoist.

    • Marie Doucette

      Mikmaq State Flag. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mi%27kmaq

    • Al Bo

      Mikmaq State Flag (vertical).svg

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