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Cemetery Services Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery is available for residents and non-residents as a final resting place for their loved ones.
Owned and operated by the City of Coquitlam, Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery is located in southwest Coquitlam on Robinson Street, between Foster Avenue and Appian Way, backing onto the north side of the Vancouver Golf Club.
Boulder Niche - Individual boulders can be purchased and placed within the garden area.
A name is placed on the boulder and cremated remains can be placed within the boulder.
Cremation Estates - Family plots for up to eight cremated remains - For options available, please contact the Cemetery Operations Supervisor at 604-933-6037 or email to [email protected]
http://www.coquitlam.ca/Residents/Recreation+and+Community/Rec+Centres+and+Facilities/Cemetery+Services.htm For assistance in planning at this difficult time and for any related information, please contact the experienced and understanding cemetery staff. memorializing, Poirier Street.
City of New Westminster The Fraser Cemetery occupies a gorgeous site overlooking the Fraser River making a wonderful place to pass some time, remember the past or just to get away from the worries of the world.
The Fraser Cemetery was established circa 1870.
There are a number of marvelous curiosities at the Fraser Cemetery: a major plot with no marker (at the deceased request); two large trees dominating a stone (planted as seedlings at the time of interment); a monkey puzzle tree which was deliberately planted as a remembrance; four shrubs (now large) in the shape of a square, showing the imaginary outline of a long-gone plot fence; and, many stones of visual or epitaphic interest.
Bob and John, who maintain the grounds, have received many positive comments for their caring and helpfulness to family's in their time of bereavement.
For plot location and other related information, please call Bob at 604-522-1323.
Guided tours of the Cemetery are conducted annually.
http://www.city.new-westminster.bc.ca/cityhall/operations/fraser/index.html For tour dates and information please call New Westminster Museum/Archives at 604-527-4640. Fraser Cemetery, imaginary outline.
Memorial or Interment Services Port Coquitlam Cemetery A cemetery is a special place for remembering and celebrating the life of a loved one.Â It is also a place for reflecting, walking and enjoying nature.Â When you select the Port Coquitlam Cemetery, you place your trust with us to ensure your loved ones are remembered as you wish.
The City of Port Coquitlam offers options to honour life in the face of loss.Â In addition to traditional casket internment and cremation plots, we offer a wide range of services to create a fitting tribute.
The City of Port Coquitlam is dedicated to providing understanding care and exceptional service to its customers.
For a complete list of cemetery pricing, click hereÂ (PDF file).
Cremation Cremation and ash scattering gardens provide a tranquil place to reflect and remember, while a Columbarium provides a majestic resting place for a loved one's ashes.
Memorial Alternatives Commemorate a loved one in the new Memory Book, or with a tree dedication or park bench memorial.
The Cemetery's operation is governed through the Cemetery and Funeral Services Act through the Office of the Attorney General - Department of Consumer Affairs and Services and the City of Port Coquitlamâ¬(TM)s Cemetery Regulation Bylaw No. 3454.
http://www.city.port-coquitlam.bc.ca/Citizen_Services/Parks_and__Recreation/Programs_and_Services/Memorial_or_Interment_Services.htm?PageMode=HTML Contact If you wish to obtain more information about the memorial or interment options for your loved one, please call 604.927.5251, Monday to Friday between the hours ofÂ 8:30am to 4:30pm (excluding statutory holidays). cemetery, Memory Book.
City of Surrey - Parks by Amenity Feature - Cemetery Services Cemeteries are an important part of every community.
In addition to providing a final resting place for loved ones, they serve as quiet and peaceful places for friends and family to visit, to reflect, and most importantly - to remember.
Some people visit frequently, others maybe only once or twice, but it is comforting for all to have the peace of mind that their loved ones will be taken care of forever.
This commitment to the ongoing care, maintenance and stewardship of the cemetery is fundamental to the operation of our municipal cemeteries.
For more than 75 years the City of Surrey has been providing cemetery services to the residents of Surrey and surrounding areas.
This legacy continues today in the three cemeteries we currently operate.
Each of the cemeteries is unique and all have space available to accommodate many of your interment needs.
Please take some time to discover more about our cemeteries.
http://www.surrey.ca/Living+in+Surrey/Parks+and+Recreation/Parks+and+Environment/Park+Locations+and+Amenities/Parks+by+Amenity+Feature/Cemetery+Services/default.htm If you have any questions, or if you would like additional information, please contact our cemetery office. cemetery, Park Locations.
Cemeteries Our Parks Administration & Services Coordinator oversees the sale of plots, burials, and placement of memorial tablets.Â If you would like an appointment regarding cemetery requirements, contact Sharon Scott at 604.864.5619.
http://www.abbotsford.ca/PageFactory.aspx?PageID=49 The British Columbia Municipal Cemeteries Network has more information on other cemeteries around the province. Councillor, Waste.
City of Victoria - Ross Bay Cemetery Records Information Using the Ross Bay Cemetery Database The information presented is not exactly as it is displayed in the original records.
Firstly, the original burial records have additional fields, such as date of burial, time of burial, name of clergy, name of undertaker etc.
Secondly, words such as year, month, child etc. have been abbreviated for consistency and space considerations.
Thirdly, some of the data has been edited and cross-checked against other cemetery records, obituaries and vital statistics records.
Type in the year and all entries for that year will be returned.
The same pattern is used for searching a specific day (eg, 1902.01.29 for 29 January 1902).
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIPP) Under the FOI &PP act, death information may be released 20 years after the death of an individual.
Each year, the death information for the subsequent year will be released.
Age The age at death should be considered approximate in many cases.
Block and plot Blocks are identified by either a number 1-4 or a letter A-W (excluding I).
Often a plot location will look like D 1b2 E 30.
Errors Apart from misspelled names, other errors and discrepancies can sometimes occur.
If you do find errors and have proof (i.e. a certificate) that an error has been made, please contact us and we will be happy to make any corrections.
http://www.victoria.ca/archives/archives_vitross.shtml Misspelled names Publications of all kinds invariably misspell last names (surname), and families often use variants in the spelling of both last (surname) and first (Christian) names. plot, surname.
Untitled Document On November 30, 1923 the first interment service passed through the gates of Greater Victoria's new community cemetery, Royal Oak Burial Park.
From that day to the present the Burial Park has been fulfilling the interment, cremation and memorialization needs of the community it serves.
As the largest municipal cemetery in British Columbia it is one of the most historic and picturesque burial parks in Western Canada.
With 135 acres of gently rolling hills nestled discreetly into an urban setting, Royal Oak Burial Park serves as a refuge of tranquillity that is conducive to restful walks and quiet reflection.
Visits to the Burial Park are encouraged, not only to remember relatives and friends, but also to enjoy the beauty of this peaceful, natural setting.
Founded in 1923 by the City of Victoria and the District of Saanich, the operation of the Burial Park is overseen by the volunteer directors of the Board of Cemetery Trustees of Greater Victoria.
As a not for profit organization, the Board of Cemetery Trustees is dedicated to the provision of affordable cemetery, cremation and mausoleum services.
http://www.robp.ca "Caring for your family's memories, guardians of our community's heritage." Burial Park, volunteer directors.
Memorial Park Cemetery The City of Kelowna operates Kelowna Memorial Park Cemetery located at 1991 Bernard Avenue east of Spall Road.
The cemetery occupies 50 acres of land adjacent to the Kelowna Golf and Country Club at the base of Dilworth Mountain.
Originally an Anglican Church burial ground at the turn of the century, Kelowna Memorial Park Cemetery now pays silent tribute to the many different ethnic communities whose pioneer spirit built our city.
Kelowna Memorial Park Cemetery has handled approximately 15,300 interments between 1894 and mid-2004, and all but 10 acres of the land has been developed with a variety of different burial and cremation plot areas.
The availability of full burial plots will increase over the next few years as the remaining ten acres are designed in accordance with the Kelowna Memorial Park Cemetery Master Plan.
The Bennett Memorial Columbaria and the Promontory Green Interment Garden offer additional options for those wishing to memorialize a loved oneâ¬(TM)s life.
http://www.city.kelowna.bc.ca/CM/Page270.aspx Kelowna Memorial Park Cemetery Bylaw No. 8807 Park, Recreation.
City of Kamloops - Parks and Recreation - Cemeteries Cemeteries are a history of people - a perpetual record of yesterday, a sanctuary of peace and quiet, a special urban open space.
The Parks Division maintains 5 cemeteries, 3 of which are historical cemeteries - Pioneer, 6th Avenue and Historical Chinese Cemeteries.
Pioneer Cemetery 8th Avenue & Lorne Street With the arrival of the railway and many settlers in the 1880s, the growth of Kamloops meant that a cemetery was needed.
The first such cemetery was located at the corner of 8th Avenue and Lorne Street and remained in use until around 1901.
At the time, the cemetery did not belong to the City, therefore, land was purchased on Pleasant Street in 1898 for a new public cemetery.
Chinese Cemetery A cemetery was created off Lombard Street in Powers Addition for the Chinese community about the same time as the Pioneer Cemetery.
It is being upgraded through a partnership between the City of Kamloops and the Kamloops Chinese Cemetery Heritage Society.
It contains over 1,000 utilized plots, with the last interment in 1974.
In 2000 the city recovered a number of plots which are available to the public for purchase.
Hillside Cemetery By 1951 it became evident the City would require additional space for burials and purchased a 15 ac.
Land holdings have since been increased to approximately 35 ac.
http://www.kamloops.ca/cemeteries/index.shtml Hillside Cemetery remains today as a non-denominational municipal cemetery owned and operated by the City of Kamloops, providing a variety of interment-related services and burial alternatives to the community at large. cemetery, Parks.
City of Prince George - Parks, Recreation & Culture - Cemetery The cemetery is located at 2099 Ferry Avenue and open to the public seven days a week from 8:00am to 9:00pm for graveside vehicular access from April 14th to September 15th, and 8:00am - 4:00pm seven days a week from September 16th to April 13th.
Plot information, cemetery fees or bylaw regulations are available from the Environmental Services Department during the hours of 8:30am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday (except stautory holidays) at 561-7702.
... those who operate at all levels of the Prince George Municipal Cemetery must strive, as the founding principle, to treat an interment right and/or memorialization sale, as a tribute to a life lived and as a final gift to the family and the family's children of the future ...
All those interested in the creation of mausolea and columbaria at the City Cemetery are invited to complete the questionnaire.
The City of Prince George is pleased to announce that the ongoing work to improve and expand its existing cemetery is well underway.
The planned works this year include completion of the new interment area next to Landsdowne Road.
Work during 2003 saw the site cleared, roads installed and utility poles and underground services moved.
This year work will be carried out on the new section's irrigation system, lighting, landscaping and fencing.
The existing cemetery's irrigation and lighting systems will be improved with the main access road repaved and decommissioned access roads replaced by additional interment areas.
http://princegeorge.ca/Pages/default.aspx With the existing cemtery's interment area nearly full, this project will meet the future needs of our community. cemetery, vehicular access.
Chilliwack Cemeteries Inc
10010 Hillcrest Dr, Chilliwack, BC V2P 7X1
Gardens of Gethsemani Catholic Cemetery & Mausoleum
15800 32 Ave, Surrey, BC V3S 9V1
Langley Lawn Cemetery
4393 208 St, Langley, BC V3A 2H6
Masonic Cemetery Association of B C
4305 Halifax St, Burnaby, BC V5C 3X4
Mountain View Cemetery
5455 Fraser St, Vancouver, BC V5W2Z3
(250) 248-4550 (fax)
Parksville Funeral Chapel Cemetery & Crematorium
(250) 248-4550 (fax)
Ross Bay Cemetery
1495 Farirfield, Victoria, BC V8W 1P6
(250) 361-0628 Permits & Enquiries
Schara Tzedeck Cemetery
2345 Marine Dr, New Westminster, BC V3M 6R8
St Peters Cemetery
100 Richmond St, New Westminster, BC V3L 4B3
Vedder View Gardens Cemetery
44675 Watson Rd, Chilliwack, BC V2R 2Y6
(604) 824-5574 (fax)
West Vancouver Municipality - Capilano View Cemetery
West Vancouver, BC V7V 3T3
(604) 925-5918 (fax) BC Cemeteries list in PDF format