Statues of Dauphin

    Dauphin’s Bronze Statue initiative began in 2014 when the City of Dauphin invested in the first of the series, “Young Pioneers”. This statue was erected in honour of Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival as it celebrated its 50th year!

    Each statue encompasses a principle which reflects the foundations upon which Dauphin was built and continues to thrive today. To date, seven bronze statues have been placed around the community. 

    CURIOSITY Public Library – 504 Main St. N.

    COOPERATION Vermillion Park, 3rd Ave. NW.

    PERSEVERANCE City Hall – 100 Main St. S.

    VISION Gartmore Park – 6th Ave. S.W. & Main St.

    OPTIMISM CN Park – 1st St. N.W. (middle of park)

    COURAGE CN Park – 1st St. N.W. (middle of park)

    COMPASSION St. Paul’s Home – 703 Jackson St.

    Splash Park– 2nd Ave. N.W. Not an official part of the series, but a lovable addition to Vermillion Park, is “Berry” the bronze bear, located at the entrance to the splashpad.


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