What does the ribbon represent? I'm guessing it's something American?
In honor of Memorial Day, which was yesterday, when Americans honor those killed in war.
Some Americans wear red poppies on Memorial Day, similar to the ones Britons wear on Armistice/Remembrance Day and Australians wear on ANZAC Day. Sadly, the custom is dying out in the United States, but I have seen the ribbon symbol Ticia used for the logo as a memorial as well.
edit: I think it's Remembrance Day in Canada as well? I don't know when it's commemorated, though.
It is (was) Victoria Day in Canada around this time, a day to honour Queen Victoria. This year Victoria Day fell on the 18th. Unfortunately for the poor queen, it has come to mean parties and beer for a lot of people.
Remembrance Day is in November for us. We wear red poppies at that time to honour our veterans, both living and dead.
I hope all of our US Ehellions had a happy Memorial Day! Nice banner, too BTW. Thanks, Ticia.