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June 24, 2016
New war memorial to be unveiled at Nathan Phillips Square
Deputy Mayor Denzil Minnan-Wong (Councillor, Ward 34 Don Valley East) will be joined by members of the Peace Through Valour committee of Villa Charities, and Canadian veterans of the Italian campaign of the Second World War, to dedicate a new war memorial. The memorial is a permanent addition to the City's Public Art and Monuments collection.

Date: Saturday, June 25
Time: 10 to 11:30 a.m. (remarks at 10 a.m.)
Location: Nathan Phillips Square, Sculpture Court, 100 Queen St. W. (northwest corner of the square)

This large, bronze artwork, called Peace Through Valour, commemorates the more than 93,000 Canadian soldiers who took part in the Italian campaign of the Second World War. The work was created by internationally known Canadian artist Ken Lum, who will also be in attendance.

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