What is the national flower of Canada?


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Canada does not have an officially designated national flower. However, each of the 10 Canadian provinces has an official flower. These 10 provinces comprise the second-largest country in the world.

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What is the national flower of Canada?
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British Columbia's official flower is the Pacific Dogwood; Saskatchewan's is the Western Red Lily; Ontario has the White Trillium, New Brunswick's flower is the Purple Violet; and Prince Edward Island's official flower is the Lady's Slipper. Alberta has chosen the Wild Rose; Manitoba's official flower is the Prairie Crocus; Quebec embraces the Blue Flag; Nova Scotia's flower is the Mayflower; and Newfoundland and Labrador's official flower is the Pitcher Plant.

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