Dieppe Gardens plaque
Bronze, granite, 109 x 121 x 143 centimetres
Bronze plaque inscription:
Named after Dieppe, France, where the Essex Scottish Regiment of Windsor, along with other units of the 2nd Canadian Division made an assault landing on August 19, 1942.
The 5,000-man force, which included British and American armed service personnel, suffered casualties of 3,363 in killed, wounded and prisoners of war.
This park has been named in honour of the Essex Scottish Regiment and all the men who served in this engagement and to the memory of men from this area who served in Canada's Armed Forces in World War II.