Cenotaph – City of Westmount


From: http://www.westmount.org/page.cfm?Section_ID=2&Menu_Item_ID=23&Menu_Item_Sub=29

“Unveiled on November 14, 1922, the Cenotaph stands in front of City Hall, in a small triangular park designated Garden Point, and is the work of George Hill. It is a tribute to the sacrifice of Westmount citizens who died on the field of honour during the First World War.

After the Second World War, Percy Nobbs landscaped its surroundings, adding a platform and a parapet to give more relief to the monument.

The first Westmount Post Office was housed for some time in the small brick house located on the north side of Côte-Saint-Antoine Road, opposite Garden Point.”


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