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This St. John’s artist is restoring war memorial statues to their original elegance [Video]

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Morgan MacDonald is restoring the bronze statues that dominate the Newfoundland National War Memorial to their original elegance, and this well-known St. John’s artist says he’s honoured to have such a privilege.

“This is a historic event for Newfoundland. It’s only going to happen once and to be this fortunate to witness this is an incredible honour,” MacDonald said on Thursday as he stood in the shadow of the century old cenotaph that overlooks St. John’s harbour.

The war memorial property is undergoing an expensive refresh ahead of the centennial anniversary of this sacred site on July 1. And thousands of people, including a member of the British Royal Family and other dignitaries, are expected to attend Memorial Day ceremonies on that day as the remains of an unknown Royal Newfoundland Regiment soldier who died in France during the First World War is interred inside a new granite burial chamber …

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