Flags on the legislative grounds

Flags are flown at half-mast from January 15 until sunset on the day of the funeral or memorial service of former Lieutenant Governor of Ontario Honourable David C. Onley.

The national flag of Canada and flag of Ontario are flown on the main flagpoles on the front lawn of the Legislative Building. Typically the flags are flown at full-mast, meaning they are fully raised. Flags are flown at half-mast to show respect and to express sorrow in memory of the deceased. Half-masting of flags at the Legislative Assembly of Ontario indicates a statement of loss shared by all Ontarians.

View the full list of 2023 half-mastings.

View the full list of 2022 half-mastings.

View the full list of 2021 half-mastings.

View the full list of 2020 half-mastings.