I had a blast over the weekend at Doors Open, so I'll catch up with your blogs over the next couple of days. I've got over 350 fresh photos to sort through from the last two days.
Confederation Park is right downtown, a short walk away from Parliament Hill. Most of the tulips growing here this May were of the Canada 150 variety.
The park has some military monuments. This plaque commemorates Canadian airmen who died on missions over Poland during the Second World War, particularly during the Warsaw Uprising.
Nearby is the totem pole I showed you earlier in the series.
At the west side of the park stands another monument. This one is the National Aboriginal Veterans Monument, which incorporates four First Nations people with the eagle, the bear, the wolf, the bison, and the elk into an impressive tribute to those Indigenous people who have served in the military, especially in time of war.