Even the flag itself is something of a joke.
It's not the great, grand standard upon which this country was built and for which so many died in two bloody world wars. That one boasted the emblem of a great world faith.
The great world faith, I am assuming, would be the British Empire, which is now deep in darkness.
Incidentally, the Red Ensign to which Coren refers underwent a number of changes over the course of time during which it was Canada's unofficial/official emblem. Strictly speaking, the soldiers who died in WWI were dying for a different flag than the soldiers who died in WWII.
Not that Coren would care. As long as they were dying for England rather than as free men of an independent nation.
Weirdly enough, the Red Ensign is the flag of preference for the Canadian Nazi movement. Here's a little shout out to it by none other than Marc Lemire (on Stormfront).