8 Beautiful Canadian Cemeteries Worth Visiting
From the staggeringly beautiful to the downright spooky, we take a look at eight Canadian graveyards you need to see while you’re still above the grass.
175 ans de service par les Sœurs de la Charité d’Ottawa
Le 20 février dernier marquait le 175e anniversaire de fondation de la Congrégation des Sœurs de la Charité d’Ottawa (connue auparavant sous le nom des Sœurs Grises de la Croi
Pushed out and silenced: How one doctor was punished for speaking out about residential schools
Cindy Blackstock was searching for allies in the history books. She was hoping to find someone who spoke out about residential schools, about the high death rate of students, the maltreatment of Indigenous children, and the inequalities.
Beechwood Cemetery: REOPENING NOTICE – Effective Saturday, May 9 2020
REOPENING NOTICE – Effective Saturday, May 9 2020
(ALL ACCESS THROUGH BEECHWOOD AVENUE ENTRANCE)
Beechwood Cemetery — the National Cemetery of Canada: A community of communities in the heart of Ottawa
Beechwood Cemetery has been an integral part of the diverse community fabric of Ottawa since 1873, and is the final resting place for nearly 87,000 Canadians of all denominations and from all walks of life.
No Stone Left Alone: Beechwood’s act of remembrance aimed at our nation’s youth
In ones and twos, with envelopes of poppies in hand, the schoolchildren from l’École élémentaire catholique Saint-François-d’Assise in Hintonburg fan out across the grounds of the National Military Cemetery at Beechwood Cemetery.
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In praise of Ottawa’s unsung heroes! Beechwood’s 25th annual historical walking tour Sunday, Sept. 8
What better way could there be to wind down a glorious run of summer than by taking a leisurely stroll through history in one of Ottawa’s finest park-like settings?
Beechwood Cemetery proud to host Canadian Tulip Festival ceremony honouring veterans
Before the ground freezes in Ottawa each autumn, gardeners from the National Capital Commission plant tulip bulbs — close to one million of them — for the annual Canadian Tulip Festival in May.