Ottawa, ON
Marion Dewar Plaza Mémorial du VIH/SIDA d'Ottawa depuis 1 Décembre 2017
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In December 2016, the AIDS Committee of Ottawa unveiled the winning design for an Ottawa HIV/AIDS Memorial to honor people who have died from AIDS and those who are still living with HIV. Designed by Gustavo Hannecke, who has been living with AIDS for more than two decades, the monument will consist of a curved wall that will go from flat along the ground to vertical and be covered in small tiles representing a person living with HIV or someone who has died from AIDS in Ottawa. In addition, the wall will have a large red ribbon made out of tiles representing the support system within society.
The AIDS committee of Ottawa had received council’s support for building a memorial at City Hall and hoped to get funding in time to have the monument ready for the 150th anniversary of Canada in 2017.
The monument has never been realized. The webpage for adding a name to the memorial has  been taken off their website.

AIDS Committee of Ottawa / Comité du sida d'Ottawa