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That's what ChatGPT knows about the flag of Ontario
This is what an AI says about the Ontario flag
The flag of the province of Ontario in the country of Canada was introduced in 1965 and represents the province. It consists of a blue background emblazoned with the emblem of the province, which consists of a red cross and a golden sun wheel, representing the coat of arms of the province. The flag symbolizes the unity of culture, history and traditions of the province.
This is what an AI knows about the history of the Ontario flag
The flag of the province of Ontario in the country of Canada was introduced in 1965. It consists of a white shield bearing the province's coat of arms and a red flag with a Union Jack at the top left. The flag was designed by then Prime Minister John Robarts and is a tribute to British rule in Canada. The flag has been revised several times over the years to symbolize the unity of the province.
This is how an AI describes the Ontario flag
The flag of the province of Ontario in the country of Canada is a blue and white banner. It consists of a white fabric that contains three blue stripes that extend from top to bottom. The middle stripe is wider than the other two and bears a red cross that extends across the entire banner. The top and bottom stripes are the same width and each contains five golden flowers.