The greatest Canadian monument to creativity

In all my travels coast to coast the greatest monument to Canadian creativity that I have ever experienced is in the village of Nobel on the grand Georgian Bay in the province of Ontario.  This epic northern sculpture is a road, cut through 70 ft of solid rock with a simple sign at the entrance that reads AVRO ARROW. That’s an odd name for a work of Art I said to myself. Who ever created this monumental work is a great Canadian Artist for it always leaves me with the feeling of being sold out as a Canadian.

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About Pierre AJ Sabourin

*studied fine art at the University of Ottawa and the University of Calgary Following the Footsteps of The Group of Seven in Killarney, Provincial Park
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