Sculptures in a roundabout

Sculptures in a roundabout (StreetView)
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@ 2012-03-15 14:35:46
The Founders by sculptor Hans Holtkamp which depicted the two founding fathers two founding fathers, Chief Whitecap and John Lake overlooking the riverbank and discussing a potential site for the new settlement.

Chief Whitecap and the Dakota people came to Saskatchewan in 1862, eventually settling at Moose Woods, the present location of the Whitecap Dakota First Nation. John Lake, a stock broker and former Methodist minister, with the support of the Temperance Society of Toronto, formed a colonization company and, in the early spring of 1882, he travelled west with an advance party looking for a place to locate their colony.