The flag was adopted on 10 March 2009 to replace the flag of Quebec and the Canadian flag, both of which were more or less used as the de facto flags of Disparu before the adoption of the current flag. The flag's official status is currently enshrined in the country's Basic Laws.
The flag's length is twice the size of its width. The white field is a Canadian pale (named after the previous flag), with a red maple leaf charged in its centre. The white field is bordered by two blue stripes on either side. This entire design is charged on a red field.
The maple leaf, a characteristic leaf of a maple tree, is a widely recognized symbol of Disparu since maple trees are commonly found throughout the country. It was also used as a national symbol of Canada, Disparu's predecessor. The number of points on the maple leaf does not necessarily represent anything. The white field represents unity and peace, the blue stripes represents Disparu's French culture and the red field represents bravery and progress.
|RGB||255, 0, 0||255, 255, 255||1, 8, 246|
|HSV||0, 100, 100||0, 0, 100||238, 99, 97|
|HSL||0, 100, 50||0, 0, 100||238, 96, 49|