Q: Number of point in maple leaf on the Canadian leaf?

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The leaf on the Canadian flag is a maple leaf; specifically, a sugar maple leaf.

The leaf on the Canadian flag is a maple leaf. The reason why the maple leaf is used if because it represents nature and the environment which is an important part of Canada and Canadian history.

The leaf on the Canadian flag - is a Maple leaf.

The name of the Canadian flag is The Maple Leaf. :)

A Canadian maple Leaf, is a leaf found on a Maple tree in Canada. It is a very well known symbol that represents Canada, and if you have noticed it is on the Canadian flag.

The diameter of a Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin is 38 millimeters.

Jacques Saint-Cyr had the idea of putting the maple leaf on the flag.

The maple leaf on the Canadian flag represents the nature and environment of Canada. The maple leaf is actually a sugar maple leaf, which turns red in autumn/fall. The number of points on the leaf has no significance. The Canadians wanted to replace the British flag quickly when they became independent, so they came up with the (autumn) red maple leaf to represent the nature of Canada.

The Canadian flag has a maple leaf on it because there are lots of maple trees in Canada and that tree is where they get sap to make maple syrup. It is also for symbolism because the maple leaf is a Canadian symbol.

im fairly sure it is the canadian maple leaf

There is only 1 maple leaf on a canadian flag.