The Maple Leaf tartan is a predominantly pink and green tartan with yellow. District tartans reflect geographical areas and are the most relevant in Canada today. They link land and community through symbolic and imaginative use of colour. The Maple Leaf tartan —an unofficial national pattern—incorporates into its weave the colours of the maple leaf through the seasons: green in summer, gold in early autumn, red at first frost and brown when the leaf has fallen.
This is one of our Canadian tartans.