|Peace (North-West Rebellion Memorial)||1895||Queen's Park, Toronto|
|Sculpture of Oronhyatekha||1899||Temple Building, Toronto||Commissioned by Oronhyatekha and the Independent Order of Foresters to mark the opening of the Temple Building|
|Old Soldier||1903||Victoria Memorial Square, Toronto||Commemorates the War of 1812|
|Sculpture of John Graves Simcoe||1903||Queen's Park, Toronto||First Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada|
|Sculpture of Sir Oliver Mowat||1905||Queen's Park, Toronto||Third Premier of Ontario|
|Boer War Memorial Fountain||1906||Windsor, Ontario|
|Sculpture of John Sandfield Macdonald||1909||Queen's Park, Toronto||First Premier of Ontario|
|South African War Memorial||1910||University Avenue, Toronto|
|Sculpture of Robert Baldwin and Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine||1914||Parliament Hill, Ottawa|
|Bell Telephone Memorial||1917||Bell Memorial Gardens, Brantford, Ontario||Commemorates the invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell in 1874 at his parent's home in Brantford, Ontario|
|Veritas (Truth)||1920||Supreme Court of Canada, Ottawa||Cast for the never finished memorial to King Edward VII, and found buried in 1969. Installed in front of the Supreme Court of Canada in 1970.|
|Justicia (Justice)||1920||Supreme Court of Canada, Ottawa||See Veritas, above|
|Stratford Cenotaph||1922||Stratford, Ontario|
|Citizens' War Memorial||1929||Peterborough, Ontario|
|Brant County War Memorial||1933||Brantford, Ontario|
|Canadian National Vimy Memorial||1936||Vimy Ridge (near Vimy, Pas-de-Calais), France|
|Bust of William Lyon Mackenzie||1940||Queen's Park, Toronto|
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