Here's a view looking back to Monchy from the point where the action took place:
There are a couple of memorials in the town itself, including another Caribou (like the one on the Somme):
We then moved on to the Canal du Nord, which the Canadians took in 1918. On the way, we stopped at the location of the curiously named Drocourt-Queant Switch Line - which I found out was a trench system that came out at right angles from the Hindenberg Line to protect it. Here's the Switch Line now, looking up to the Canal du Nord:
On the day the Canadians took it, the Canal du Nord was unfinished and unfilled. Conveniently, on the day we were there it had been drained for maintenance so we had an idea of what it might have looked like!
We ended our day in a town the Allies could not reach in 1917 - Cambrai. Here's the town square: