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. More »

Canada does not have a national flower; however, provinces and territories in Canada have designated flowers. The flowers that each of the territories and provinces have selected typically grow naturally in each region. More »

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The national flower of Russia is chamomile; its scientific name is Anthemis nobilis. This flower resembles a daisy and is part of the family Asteraceae. Chamomile is known for its use in herbal tea, where it is often use... More »

Canada does not have a national flower; however, provinces and territories in Canada have designated flowers. The flowers that each of the territories and provinces have selected typically grow naturally in each region. More »

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The national animal of Canada is the beaver. Adopted in 1975 by an act of Parliament, the beaver has long been a symbol of the early European settlers and traders that opened Canada's northern and western regions. More »

According to the Orillia Packet and Times, Canada has no national bird as of 2011. The Canadian Raptor Conservancy has attempted to lobby the government to adopt a national bird, offering the red-tailed hawk and Canada g... More »

Canada has several national symbols, but arguably the most well-known is the maple leaf. Other symbols include the Canadian coat of arms, the national flag, the beaver, the National Horse of Canada and the Maple Leaf Tar... More »