If there are only two flags or more than 3 flags, then the Maple Leaf should be on the left as seen by a majority of people.
The exception is for 3 flags. In that case, the Maple Leaf should be in the center.
Also, other recognized sovereign states get their flags flown to the immediate right of the Maple Leaf, before provinces, and before cities.
So if you have Maple Leaf, BC flag, Prince Rupert flag, Nunavut flag, Alberta flag, Stars and Stripes, Russian flag, you’d have them like this:
Maple Leaf at the very left.
Stars and Stripes next
Prince Rupert flag
Unless they are in a semi-circle, then the Maple Leaf should be right in the middle.
Man, am I nerdy.
canadianheritage.gc.ca/progs … te/2_e.cfm
[quote]Position of honour
Due consideration should be given to flag etiquette and precedence whenever the National Flag of Canada or other sovereign national flags or provincial/territorial flags are displayed.
The location of the position of honour depends on the number of flags flown and the chosen configuration. When two flags (or more than three flags) are displayed, the position of honour is furthest to the left (to an observer facing the display). When three flags are flown, the position of honour is in the center (see “Sharing the same base - Three flags”)
The order of precedence for flags is:
The National Flag of Canada*
The flags of other sovereign nations in alphabetical order (if applicable)**
The flags of the provinces of Canada (in the order in which they joined Confederation)
The flags of the territories of Canada (in the order in which they joined Confederation)
The flags of municipalities/cities
Banners of organizations[/quote]