Why is the national tree of Canada a maple leaf?



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    Maples are the most common tree in Canada. Of the 13 species of maple native to North America, ten are indigenous to Canada: the Sugar, Black, Silver, Bigleaf, Red, Mountain, Striped, Douglas, Vine and the Manitoba maples. To read more about maples in Canada, click the citation.

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