Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Giant Toy Soldiers Celebrate U.S. Defeat

Thanks to the USA's extreme lack of winning in the War of 1812, Britain got to keep Canada. A big sculpture in Canada reminds everyone of that fact.
600 Fleet St., Toronto, ON, Canada
At the corner of Fleet and Bathurst Sts, just north of Toronto City Centre Airport.
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Toronto, Ontario - Who Lost That War Of 1812 Anyway?
Giant Toy Soldiers Celebrate U.S. Defeat: As a result of the USA's extreme lack of winning, Britain got to keep Canada. And now a big sculpture has been unveiled in Canada to remind everyone of that fact. [11/04/2008] Complete Story...

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