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Statue of Queen Victoria
The statue in 2018
ArtistAlbert Bruce-Joy
LocationVictoria, British Columbia, Canada
Coordinates48°25′14″N 123°22′12″W / 48.42050°N 123.36994°W / 48.42050; -123.36994

The statue of Queen Victoria is a bronze sculpture depicting Queen Victoria by British artist Albert Bruce-Joy, installed outside the British Columbia Parliament Buildings, in Victoria, British Columbia. The 4-metre (13 ft) statue was commissioned by Richard McBride in 1912, and completed in 1914. World War I delayed the sculpture's unveiling until 1921.[1] The statue was vandalized in 2021.[2]

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  1. ^ "Outdoor Self-Guided Walking Tour" (PDF). Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. April 2018. Archived from the original (PDF) on 19 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Protesters deface statue of Queen Victoria at B.C. legislature". CTV News Vancouver Island. 11 June 2021.