The Australian flag of course features the British union flag in the canton , a flag which signifies, intrinsically, the union of the English, Irish and Scottish nations.
3 The canton of Paraiso sits in the province of Cartago, but the Ministry of Agriculture distinguishes between various production regions in the country for the purpose of programming.
The capital of the new canton , however, was located at its south-western corner, where the major Iron Age stronghold at Chichester was succeeded by the Roman town of Noviomagus.
All of them included a St George's cross, sometimes overall but mostly in the upper, inner quarter - the canton as it is known in heraldry.
Together, they in turn promoted an enhanced consciousness of belonging to an imagined community existing beyond the canton - to nationalism.
Cantonal police units and a nominal confederate police, initially aided by an international contingent, should maintain public order and ensure peaceful relations between diverse cantons .
In Switzerland, some cantons have introduced mandatory insurance for every homeowner, a move that helped spread the costs of coverage; they even engage in a system of reinsurance among the cantons .
Drawn up by another Liberal Democrat leader, Lord David Owen and US envoy Cyrus Vance, the plan envisaged Bosnia being divided up into 10 autonomous provinces or cantons largely along ethnic lines.
The national and cantonal governments have taken very active roles in attempting to curtail these problems and in doing so have proven willing to ‘think outside of the box.’
These original communities were called cantons , and today Switzerland's twenty-six provinces are called by the same name.