Afternoon Drive | Feb 13, 2013 | 4:23

    It could be the largest wampum belt in the world, and it's sitting in Windsor's Patterson Park.

    over at Patterson Park, that's the little strip of parkland where Riverside Drive turns into Sandwich street, is the installation of The War of 1812 Peace Wampum Belt, a large scale model of the wampum belt exchanged to mark the end of hostilities and to symbolize the ill will had been removed from their hearts. Those unveilings take place at 2 p.m. this Sunday, people will meet at the Duff Baby house and then make their way to the art installations. The CBC's Mike Evans met with the Wampum Belt artists, Phil McLeod and Lorraine Steele. Mike began by asking Phil to describe the work

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