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Memorial Number: 35090-008
Type: Statues (sandstone and marble)
Location: Queen's Park Crescent, West side
Address: Wellesley and Queen's Park West
Reference: King's College and Hart House (University of Toronto grounds)
Toronto, ON
Surveyor: Sandra Lougheed
Photo Credit: Hellmut Shade

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The Canadian Volunteer Monument was erected in 1870 in memory of those who fell in Limeridge and while defending their country in June 1866. The sandstone and marble monument was designed by Robert Reid.


CANADIAN VOLUNTEER MONUMENT, CAMPAIGN OF JUNE 1866
HONOUR THE BRAVE WHO DIED FOR THEIR COUNTRY. CANADA ERECTED THIS
MONUMENT AS A MEMORIAL OF HER BRAVE SONS WHO FELL AT LIMERIDGE OR
DIED OF WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION OR FROM DISEASE CONTRACTED IN
SERVICE WHILE DEFENDING HER FRONTIER IN JUNE 1866