The pitcher plant is the floral emblem of Newfoundland and Labrador.
The pitcher plant is carnivorous. It fills with water, traps insects, and then eats them.
Carrier pigeons transported messages during World War I.
Other animals served during war time as well, including reindeer, mules, horses, dogs, canaries, and mice.
Nunavut is not represented on the centennial flame because it was not part of Canada in 1967.
The plaques around the flame are made from red Canadian granite.
The Peace Tower is located in the middle of the Centre Block of Parliament.
The Peace Tower was named to mark the end of World War I.
This marble statue of Queen Victoria is in the Library of Parliament.
Queen Victoria was only 18 when she took over the throne, and she reigned for over 63 years.