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“This monument not only creates a very important public space for the remembrance of those who were murdered in the Holocaust, but it also serves as a constant reminder that today’s world is threatened by anti-Semitism, racism and bigotry,” Libeskind said in a statement. “Canada has upheld the fundamental democratic values of people regardless of race, class or creed, and this national monument is the expression of those principles and of the future.”

Canada, notes the monument’s website, was the last Allied nation without a Holocaust monument. That, thankfully, has changed.

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