Canada has unveiled its first monument to the US Civil War, honouring the 40,000 Canadians who fought during America’s bloodiest conflict.
The monument in Cornwall, Ontario, was championed by a Civil War re-enactment group who raised almost almost C$44,000 ($36,000, £27,000) to build it.
About 7,000 Canadians died in the war, which claimed almost 620,000 US lives.
Although Canada was part of Britain until 1867 and officially neutral, Canadians fought on both sides.
The pressures of the 1861-65 Civil War, and the threat of an American invasion, helped urge Canada to its own confederation and independence.