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Connaught Park

Waverley Street and Red River Road

This tiny park contains a stone monument that commemorates the building of the Dawson Road to the west, a vital overland transport route used to link Port Arthur and Fort William to the Prairie Provinces. Several picnic tables and a shelter are provided for park visitors. The park is named after Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught (1850-1942), Her Majesty Queen Victoria's favourite son, and one-time Governor General of Canada.

Connaught Park

 

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