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"Statue of Honour"

The Alexander Wood Statue is situated at the junction of Alexander and Church streets. Alexander Wood (1772 to 1844), a magistrate and merchant, was as notorious as he was famous for his involvement in a controversial scandal of homophobic nature in 1810. However, after his death, he was merited as a distinguished citizen and given credit for his achievements. This statue depicts him standing tall and proud on a platform, donning robes, with a hat in one hand and a baton in another. A plaque captures the essence of his life in a few sentences.
70 Alexander Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, M4Y 1B2
"Statue of Honour"
The Alexander Wood Statue is situated at the junction of Alexander and Church streets. Alexander Wood (1772 to 1844), a magistrate and merchant, was as notorious as he was famous for his involvement in a controversial scandal of homophobic nature in 1810. However, after his death, he was merited as a distinguished citizen and given credit for his achievements. This statue depicts him standing tall and proud on a platform, donning robes, with a hat in one hand and a baton in another. A plaque captures the essence of his life in a few sentences.
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