NAUGHTON, ONTARIO – A bronze monument commemorating Charles Henry Byce, Canada’s most highly-decorated Indigenous soldier of the Second World War, was unveiled at the Royal Canadian Legion, in the Chapleau community where Byce was born in 1916.

The bronze and granite monument, created by Sudbury sculptor Tyler Fauvelle (www.tylerfauvelle.ca), celebrates Byce’s extreme bravery and leadership. read more.