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Setting a legend in stone

From Saturday's Globe and Mail

A modernist sculptor captured Canada's conflicted feelings about Vimy and the war. Restorers had to cope with his troublesome innovations ...Read the full article

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  1. Barbara J. Stewart from Vancouver, Canada writes: The next time someone suggests that art or culture have no relevance in our world, hand them this wonderful article. For those knee-jerk cynics who say if it represents Canadian creativity, it must be bad, boring or indulgent, show them the pictures. And for anyone who demands that, if it was any good, it should pay for itself - thanks for your tax dollars.

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