Canadians and nature: Trees, 2013
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In 2013, 85% of all Canadian households reported the presence of trees, bushes or hedges on their property. Households in Eastern Canada were slightly more likely to have reported their presence than those in the rest of the country.
Just over one-quarter of households (27%) reported that trees had been planted on their property during the previous five years, with households in Newfoundland and Labrador reporting this most frequently (36%).
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