Recent Developments

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Beechwood has recently developed 47 acres, including a beautiful area open for use by the general public. This large area is named the Stations of the Cross. This section is landscaped with large black stones etched with an artist's depiction of the 14 Stations of the Cross. Each station houses many locations of differing sizes to meet the needs of families well into the future.

Featured prominently within the Stations of the Cross is the Élisabeth Bruyère / St. Marguerite d'Youville Monument. Families may purchase upright monument locations adjacent to the memorial along a beautifully landscaped pathway that leads to the memorial at the heart of Beechwood’s Section 110.

Family columbariums are placed in Beechwood’s natural rockeries among the largest collection of hostas in Eastern Ontario and Western Québec. Families may choose locations from 2 to 12 urns with or without a bench where they may sit and enjoy the serene landscape of the rockeries and hostas.

Within sight of the resting place of former Prime Minister Sir Robert Borden and Sir Henry Egan, this masterful community columbarium is located in one of Beechwood’s most prestigious areas. To last an eternity the columbarium is constructed entirely of granite, and each niche is designed to accommodate two urns with inscriptions engraved on the front of the niche.