The new Canadian Army flag was unveiled July 14, 2016, during a ceremony on Parliament Hill in which CA members welcomed their new Commander, Lieutenant-General Paul Wynnyk.
The new design features the Canadian flag on top left corner and a white maple leaf against a red background. On the white maple leaf is the Canadian Army badge used during the Second World War.
You can find out more information about the new Canadian Army Flag from the Canadian Army website:
New Canadian Army flag unveiled.
Canadian Army honours Second World War formations.
Canadian Forces Ensign, Air Command, Army Flag, Naval Jack, and Coast Guard Jack can only be purchased by the current military personnel on behalf of their units, regiments, etc. (not available to the general public). Proper ID is required for purchase.