Canary is the British word for ‘canary’, and it means ‘white’ in the native tongue of Ireland, as well as a reference to its white colour.
It was a symbol of peace in Northern Ireland, but it was banned by the British government in 1984.
It became a symbol for the black canary in England in 2010, as it was associated with the killing of the black and brown canaries in the north of England.
It has also become a symbol around the world for the global campaign against climate change, with more than half of all people who take action against climate threats saying they are in favour of the symbol of the canary.
Canary bean is a popular snack, with a range of names, including Black Canary, Canary Bean, Canary Bum, and Canary Cottage.