Colour photograph of the Wilson tree being removed from the corner of 96 Avenue and Glover Road, seen looking southwest from the east side of Glover Road. The maple tree was planted as a World War I memorial tree for A. W. Wilson, and was being removed in this photograph in April 2017 due to disease; a sapling was erected in its place. The tree is in the middle of the photograph, with yellow and red bands around its trunk. There are cones in the foreground on Glover Road and 96 Avenue. There is a man standing behind a hedge in the background, in front of a two storey building that is red and brown-beige. Two street signs are visible on the boulevard where the tree is located; one is attached to a stop sign, which can be seen from the back. There is a truck on the right of the photograph with a cherry picker extending from it; there is a man in the cherry picker beside the top of the tree on the right. Another man is kneeling down in the right of the photograph, almost on the road at 96 Avenue.