Floral Emblem Act
REVISED STATUTES, 1989
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An Act Respecting the
Floral Emblem of Nova Scotia
1 This Act may be cited as the Floral Emblem Act. R.S., c. 176, s. 1.
2 The trailing Arbutus (Epigaea repens Linn), commonly known as
Mayflower, is declared to be, and from time immemorial to have
been, the floral emblem of the Province. R.S., c. 176, s. 2.
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