What should we do with Toronto’s controversial statues?

From Queen’s Park, they face outwards down University Ave.

Elevated above the path walked daily by Ontario politicians, the historic statues look down with steely eyes. They have done so for decades. Down the road, at city hall, there are even more of the figures.

The impact of such statues has been the subject of growing debate in recent weeks.


OK. But tear down the homage to buggery as well.

Alexander Wood – statue made to honour penchant for buggery among tiny minority of population.

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