Did you know that Canada is the third-most forested country in the world by area? It is surpassed only by Russia and Brazil who boast a combined 13,135,936 sq. km. of forest area, according to the CIA World Factbook.
Historically speaking, trees have played a significant role in Canada’s economic development. As a prominent feature of the landscape, it’s no wonder that each province has crowned an official tree.
One tree stands out though: the maple. It was made Canada’s official arboreal emblem in 1996. Of the 10 species that grow naturally in Canada, at least one can be found in every province.
Think you have what it takes to answer all the questions about the provinces’ official trees correctly? Watch the video and test your knowledge.