Halifax, NS

‘Times have changed’: Design of Halifax’s first monument to women unveiled (Globe and Mail, March 9, 2017)
“Of the 280 statues in Halifax, fewer than a dozen show women, and virtually all of them are mythical figures, such as fairies and nymphs.”

Thee statue of Governor Edward Cornwallis (who offered a cash bounty in 1749 to anyone who killed a Mi’kmaq person) needs to be replaced in Halifax with one of a woman from Nova Scotia’s history. Better yet, a Mi’kmaq woman! Cornwallis statue removal from park should be considered, says premier (CBC, December 11, 2015)