The Confederation Tree is a maple tree planted on 1 July 1927 by David Alexander to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation. It stands on Government Street near the intersection of Jubilee Street.
You may also want to check these sights near the Confederation Tree:
- Cedar Man Walking Out of the Log
- Gya’ yasdams Flood Story
- Eagle, Raven, Bear
- Peaceful Boundaries
- Cedar Woman and Man (at Government Street and E.J. Hughes Place, one block past the Confederation Tree)
- Transformation of Man
- Pole of Wealth
Nearby Streets To Explore
- Government Street
- Jubilee Street
- Station Street
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