Tom Thomson is one of the inspirations for the group of Canadian artists known as the "Group of Seven." He described himself as an artist, guide and woodsman. He helped popularize Algonquin Provincial Park drowned mysteriously in 1917 at Canoe Lake. This is a memorial to Tom Thomson and overlooks the lake he loved and drowned in.
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