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The symbols or a country are representative of the many different characteristics which make of the mosaic of the nation. Canada has many different symbols which are used to represent the government and the state. These are just a few.

When the Governor General visits the House to give the speech from the throne, the mace is draped with a velvet cloth to hid it from view. If it is a newly elected Parliament the mace is removed from the table until a speaker is elected. The mace is hen placed on the table to signify that the House is now complete.

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