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Caseley Park

Caseley Park is named after former mayor of Riverview Ralph Caseley. It was officially dedicated on November 11, 1992 as part of the "Peace Parks Across Canada Project" in celebration of Canada's 125th anniversary. 

A monument in the centre of a circle of trees exists in remembrance of the 14 female students who were killed at Montreal's École Polytechnique on December 6, 1989. It is placed there to honour and grieve all abused women.

Caseley Park also serves to commemorate the Canadian Merchant Navy.

The park is used for events such as Riverview's summer concert series, summer "movies in the park," the annual Labour Day Picnic and the popular seasonal events SUNFEST and Harvest Festival.

To book Caseley Park for a wedding, photography outing or another event, please contact Anne Othen at or call 387-2060 for details.