Category:Coronation Park (Toronto)

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English: Coronation Park is a park in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located on the water along Lake Shore Boulevard near Exhibition Place. Once called "the least known of all the great war memorials in this city" by the Toronto Star, the park was established on Coronation Day in 1937 when 137 maple trees were planted in the park, one for each of the 137 units that had been part of the Canadian Expeditionary Force in the First World War. The road that traverses the park is called Remembrance Drive. An installation entitled "Victory Peace" by John McEwen was installed near the water's edge in 1988.

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