What is Ontario’s provincial flower? – answered

What is Ontario’s provincial flower?

The options that are given for this Bing homepage quiz are listed below:

Wild Rose

The correct answer is Trillium.

See The Reason for That answer below:

The White Trillium (Trillium grandiflorum) is indeed the official flower and emblem of the province of Ontario, Canada. The selection of the White Trillium as Ontario’s floral emblem was a result of a province-wide competition held in 1936. The competition was organized to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Ontario’s entry into Confederation.

The White Trillium was chosen as the winner of the competition because it was seen as a symbol of purity, virtue, and grace, as well as a representation of the natural beauty of Ontario’s forests and woodlands. The Trillium’s three petals were also seen as a nod to Ontario’s three founding peoples: the French, the English, and the Indigenous peoples.

The White Trillium was also proposed as a national emblem during World War I, when Canadians serving overseas requested that a flower be designated to represent Canada. Although the Trillium was not ultimately chosen as Canada’s national emblem, it continued to be associated with Canada and eventually became Ontario’s official flower.

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