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From a Nova Scotia yard to light up the Common

City's Christmas tree is making 750-mile journey

By Andrew Ryan
Globe Correspondent / November 17, 2006

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In Nova Scotia, where almost 2 million Christmas trees are harvested each year, natives have a nickname for any towering evergreen that tops 40 feet and has a full canopy of lush, green needles. (Full article: 253 words)

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