Did you know Canada’s provinces and territories have official or provincial tree emblems? During an Arbour Week tour, many of the participants were shocked to discover our Arboreal Emblems. As such, the team at Logs End thought a quick post of Canada’s trees was in order.
Yukon (Official Tree) – Sub-alpine Fir
British Columbia – Western Redcedar
Alberta – Lodgepole Pine
Saskatchewan – White Birch
Manitoba – White Spruce
Ontario – Eastern White Pine
Quebec – Yellow Birch
New Brunswick – Balsam Fir
Nova Scotia – Red Spruce
Newfoundland – Black Spruce
Prince Edward Island – Northern Red Oak
Northwest Territories (Official Tree) – Tamarack
Nunavut – No Official Tree
National Resources Canada
NRC produces an annual report of the tree composition across Canada. The invaluable guides and maps are excellent resources for students, and adults alike, who are interested in learning more about Canada’s magnificent forests.