Canada's Embassy In The US Also Got Their Christmas Tree From Across The Border (PHOTO)
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Canada appears to be in the business of sending Christmas trees south of the border, as thejust put theirs up.
Kirsten Hillman, Canada's ambassador to the United States, revealed a photo of the tree in a tweet, noting that it came from Nova Scotia.
"No better way to celebrate the 🇨🇦🇺🇸 partnership for the holidays than a #NovaScotia tree!" she wrote.
The province alsoevery year, but for a historical purpose.
It is an annual gift to commemorate the American city sending aid up north following the deadly Halifax explosion in 1917.
Growing Christmas trees in Nova Scotia is a big deal, and the province even has a council dedicated to it.
According to its website, there are about 1,200 families that produce roughly one million trees on 39,000 acres of land.
It's already been a wild year for Christmas trees, within the one meant for Rockefeller Center.