Newfoundland & Labrador Heritage Tree in Steady Brook, Canada

Five miles outside of Corner Brook is Steady Brook, a town of about 400 people. The first landmark you will encounter looks like a totem pole. This is the Newfoundland & Labrador Heritage Tree. In 1998, the 65 foot long, nine ton cedar tree was transported from Gold River, British Columbia to Steady Brook. That distance across Canada is nearly 4,400 miles. Two artists – Robin Howell and Michael Bonnell – drew 50 images representing the country’s easternmost province. Then, five carvers worked together to bring this tribute to life.


1 Marble Dr, Corner Brook, NL A2H 2N2, Canada


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