Brant County residents may notice that the cairn stone monument in Paris has been relocated.
The County says it’s been moved from 65 Dundas Street East to 61 Dundas Street East.
The monument was unveiled in 1998 and commemorates the creation of Dundas Street named for Henry Dundas, Secretary of State for the British Home Department.
It was built on Lieutenant Governor Simcoe’s orders in 1793-1794 and eventually led to Governor’s Road, which played a major role in the development of Paris.
(County of Brant Photo, Mayor Ron Eddy/ Cairn Stone Monument)