Dear clients, as the holidays approach, we kindly remind you that only natural flowers are permitted at the foot of a crypt or niche, only on these holidays:Easter Mother's Day Father's Day All Saints Day Christmas Day
We have informed you on a number of occasions since last March to present the challenges facing our cemetery and to share our vision.
Located on the Mount Royal Heritage Site, the Cemetery has the privilege of hosting a portion of the Escales découvertes, an initiative of the City of Montréal in celebration of its 375th anniversary. The project aims to help visitors discover the richness of the Heritage Site's landscape. Composed mainly of 3D maps, stops and clues, the Escales découvertes offer a playful and intuitive way to experience the site. They provide an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the mountain, particularly in terms of its importance in the urban landscape of Montréal.
Beginning October 24, 2021, the Cemetery will welcome families of the deceased and visitors on Sundays from 9 am to 12 pm.
The Cemetery will open its doors to visitors on Sunday, October 10, for Thanksgiving, but will be closed on Monday, October 11.
The Notre-Dame-de-la-Résurrection chapel welcomes you once again for contemplation and prayer after being closed due to the pandemic.
We are proud to announce that we are now partners of the nonprofit Leave No Trace Canada, an organization dedicated to promoting and inspiring responsible use of natural areas.
The cemetery, like the rest of Mount Royal, is home to many animal species, such as groundhogs (Marmota monax), also known as woodchucks.
Today, we pay tribute to Mrs. Ana S.L., who was interred yesterday afternoon under the first tree of Remembrance Grove. She thus inaugurates a new chapter at Notre Dame des Neiges, a chapter in her image: in harmony with nature.
The Notre-Dame des Neiges Cemetery Workers' Union, affiliated with the CSN, which represents the employees who process burials in the grounds and mausoleums as well as maintain our facilities, announced on March 29 that it had obtained a strike mandate for up to 10 days.