Jules Lasalle

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Jules Lasalle
Born (1957-04-01) April 1, 1957 (age 61)
Saint-Michel-des-Saints, Quebec
Nationality Canada
Notable work commemorative monuments

Jules Lasalle (b. April 1, 1957, Saint-Michel-des-Saints, Quebec, Canada) is a sculptor living and working in Montreal. He has made many commemorative monuments that can be seen in Montreal, Longueuil, Quebec city, and other places...


In 2012 the Canadian Pauline Marois unveiled a statue by Lasalle of Idola Saint-Jean, Thérèse Casgrain and Marie-Claire Kirkland. The statue was to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Kirkland being made the first Canadian female minister.[1]

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