Carrying on with the series from MosaiCanada. British Columbia is represented by Chief Of The Undersea World, a floral take on Bill Reid's Killer Whale sculpture that resides in the nearby Canadian Museum of History.
Newfoundland and Labrador are represented in this sculpture, Two Puffins; the birds are the official bird of the province.
This sculpture, The Polar Bear, represents Manitoba, where the town of Churchill, on the shore of Hudson Bay, is renowned as a hub for the great bear.
A Story Of The Northern Lights: Howling Wolf is the title of this work. The wolf is at the base of an inukshuk, while the northern lights play out above on what is usually stone, but is now horticulture.
The Prospector represents the Yukon, a nod back to the days of the Klondike Gold Rush.
The Muskoxen sculptures represent the Northwest Territories. These exceptional animals make their homes in the far north.
This represents Nunavut. The Drum Dancer reflects the long tradition among Inuits of using the drum as part of cultural activity and storytelling throughout the year.
There are also two large sculptures here in a second thematic area, done on behalf of two Chinese cities. Beijing artists designed Blessing Of The Good Omen Dragons.
Shanghai artists were behind the design for Joyful Celebration Of Nine Lions.