British Columbia

The tartan was designed by Earl K Ward of Victoria in 1967, and in 1974 it was officially adopted as the provincial tartan.
  The Pacific Dogwood is the official flower of the province and is represented by white in the tartan. Green is for the BC forests. Blue is for the Pacific Ocean, red is for Canada's national emblem of the maple leaf and gold is for the sun and the crown in the provincial flag. 
ITI 808   There are 3 color versions of this tartan (ancient,modern, reproduction) This modern color weave accents the blue more than in the original  sample