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This monument adorns the Dorchester Square and is dedicated to the famous poet, Robert Burns.
Located right at the entrance of the McGill University, this monument is dedicated to Sir Thomas George Roddick, a respected doctor as well as dean of Faculty of Medicine. It was commissioned by his wife, Amy Redpath Roddick.
This fortification was erected to protect Canadian region from America and currently, it houses the David M. Stewart Museum.
The Macdonald Monument is placed in Place du Canada in Montreal, Canada. Sculpted by George E. Wade, it is dedicated to John A. Macdonald.
Created in 1869, as home to the 65th Regiment of the Canadian Army, the Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal is one of the oldest units still standing. Located on Henri-Julien Avenue, the site now functions as a museum that archives medals, artifacts, documents, photographs and various other ephemera associated with the unit. The museum offers regular tours and is open to public on Tuesdays from 6.30p to 9p and Mondays through Fridays by appointment alone.
The Pied-du-Courant Prison is a prison that had prisoners from the rebellion and currently, it houses the Prison-des-Patriotes that displays collection pertaining to the Lower Canada rebellion.