Centennial Monument

Centennial Monument

Centennial monument in Westmount Park.


“The commemorative monument was built in 1967 by the 3rd Field Engineer Regiment – a reserve force unit of the Royal Canadian Engineers – as part of the centennial celebrations, to mark the long association of the local unit with the City of Westmount.

Located in Westmount Park, near the corner of Melville and Sherbrooke, the monument consists of a 50-foot aluminum flagpole and a semi-circle of 12 stone panels. Encased on the panels are the coat of arms of the ten Canadian provinces and two territories, which existed at the time of construction.”

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