Conrad Black’s Canadian War Memorial In London Is Broke

Not often I agree with The Star.

Moral obligation to maintain memorial

There is a touching memorial for Canadian soldiers from the first and second world wars in London.
The product of a now-deceased Quebec artist, it was unveiled in 1994 by the Canadian Memorial Foundation, a body that was co-led by the former newspaper baron and recently convicted Conrad Black.
The foundation has run out of money, its leader is facing a stint in jail and the memorial is sorely neglected. Reportedly, the Canadian High Commission wants nothing to do with the matter, which sits more as a problem for Canadians than the English.

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