Sir John A. Macdonald statue
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Sonia de Grandmaison sculpted the statue to commemorate Macdonald's achievements as Canada’s first Prime Minister. It was cast in five pieces by undertaker of Regina using a lost wax technique, and soldered together.
Fund-raising for the statue began in 1891, after Macdonald’s death, but it was not actually fabricated until 1967.
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