After a monolith appeared – and was subsequently toppled– in East Vancouver this week, another such structure has appeared in the city, this time at Kits Beach.
— Jody Vance (@jodyvance) December 9, 2020
With this latest discovery and the now-toppled one that was located in Dude Chilling Park, it appears Vancouver is maintaining its proud tradition of copying things other places have already done.
Just went to go investigate reports of a monolith erected in Dude Chilling Park. But it appears the East Van monolith has been destroyed. pic.twitter.com/lO4muV0TVR
— Darcy Matheson (@darcynews) December 8, 2020
The city’s structures were likely modelled after the structure mysteriously popped up in a Utah desert in November.
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The structure went viral on social media and random monoliths have now been popping up all over the world, including in Canada.
A much more structurally sound monolith was recently discovered in Manitoba.
Manitoba now has its own monolith, at Old Pinawa Dam. Showed up over the weekend and reportedly attracted quite a crowd yesterday. pic.twitter.com/0Jk7vPiopo
— Colin Fast (@policyfrog) December 7, 2020