Bill Fyfe at the Burns statue in Jackson Park, Windsor, Ontario. 

This statue was presented to the City of Windsor by the Border Cities Burns Club on 28 June 1952Brent Townsend at perhaps the oldest literary landmark in British Columbia. This uncredited bronze and stone statue to Robert Burns was unveiled in Beacon Hill Park in Victoria on Vancouver Island, Canada. It was unveiled in November of 1900.Fred Leafloor at the Burns statue in the Botanic Gardens of Timaru, New Zealand. This monument was realized through the initiative of James Craigie, a Scottish emmigrant who  rose to the position of mayor and Member of Parliament for the area.David Glover at the Burns statue in Glasgow, Scotland. This monument was financed by public subscription in 1873.Dick Silvester at the Burns monument in downtown Sydney, Australia. It was erected in 1905, the 5th of 8 statues erected in Australia. The 2.9-metre bronze statue created by Frederick Pomeroy depicts Robert Burns resting against a ploughshare.Dick Silvester at the Burns monument in Brisbane, Australia. The local Burns Club and the Queensland Scottish Association first proposed a Burns statue for the city in 1888. It was not until 1932 that the statue by Ward Willis was finally erected.Brent Townsend at the Burns Monument in Victoria Embankment London, UK. This work was the third casting of Sir John Steell‘s work and was a gift from John Gordon Crawford. It was unveiled by Lord Rosebery in July 1884. It remains the only Burns statue in England.Stewart Cameron at the bronze Burns statue in Allen Gardens, Toronto, Canada. It was unveiled in 1902 and was created by sculptor D.W. Stevenson. The work was sponsored by the Toronto Burns Monument Committee.Stewart Cameron at the massive bronze statue of Robert Burns in Central Park, New York City, USA. This work by John Steell was the first statue of Burns erected outside Scotland. It was dedicated in 1880.Stewart Cameron at the Burns monument in Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada. It was erected in 1928 and was the first statue in the city. It was one of many copies of the G.A. Lawson design.Duncan McGregor at the bronze Burns statue by Scott Sutherland in front of the library at Arbroath, Scotland. Erected in 1959, it is one of very few completed after the Second World War.Duncan McGregor beside the marble statue of Burns by John Flaxman. It was completed in 1828 and was based on the portrait by John Nasmyth. After two moves it was housed at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland.Ed Millar in Dundee, Scotland. This statue was erected in 1880. It was by Sir John Steell and was cast from his design for a statue in New York's Central Park, unveiled just weeks before this one.Richard McNair at Dumfries, Scotland. This piece is located at the town centre outside Greyfriars ChurchTerry Rowell in Dunedin, New Zealand. One of the city's founding fathers was Thomas Burns, a nephew of Robert Burns. This statue, with Burns seated on a tree, is also from the Steell sculpture.Stewart Cameron at the local Burns statue in Halifax, Canada. Created by G. A. Lawson, the statue was erected in 1919 by the then Halifax North British Society (now known as "The Scots").