The Cemetery's Celebration Hall will be open 6 to 9 pm for tea, personal memorial making and evening programming throughout the entire memorial week until Sunday, November 2.
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This year I will be reflecting particularly on those of my family who served, and some who died in World War I. A number of Canada's war dead from both World War I and II are buried at Mountain View, and many more are remembered on family headstones.
Mountain View Cemetery - at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Canadian World War I dead, Jones section, Mountain View Cemetery, City of Vancouver, BC, Canada. Photograph, M. Diane Rogers, November 2013.