Our Cemeteries


We provide at-time-of-need services, burial, entombment, inurnment, memorialization, and pre-arranged services for future burials to anyone, regardless of religious affiliation. 

Rules and Regulations

Our mission is to serve the people of Edmonton and surrounding area, by providing information about the various options available for burial and memorialization. 

Policies and Procedures

Taking time to consider your choices and making some of these arrangements now rather than waiting until the time of need is a kindness to each other, as family members. 

St. Albert Cemetery

7 St. Vital Avenue,St. Albert, Alberta, Canada Established in 1860 by Bishop Vital Grandin, the Oblate Fathers supervised the operation of this cemetery until 1975, when it was handed over to the Archdiocese of Edmonton. The Oblate Fathers retained a section of the cemetery for their own burial space. The first recorded burial in the […]

Holy Cross Cemetery and Mausoleum

14611 Mark Messier Trail NW (formerly St. Albert Trail)Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Established in 1954 by Archbishop John Hugh MacDonald, this forty-five acre property serves the population throughout the greater Edmonton area. Clergy, including Archbishops John Hugh MacDonald and Anthony Jordan, along with religious brothers and sisters who have served the Archdiocese of Edmonton, are buried […]

Our Lady of Peace Cemetery and Columbarium

4814 Meridian Street,Edmonton, Alberta, Canada This most recent addition to the Edmonton Catholic Cemeteries was established in 1992 by Archbishop Joseph MacNeil. Located in Edmonton’s south-eastern corner, at Highway 14 and Whitemud Freeway, this cemetery will, in time, become the largest of the diocesan properties. At present, 18 of the total of 60 acres have […]

St. Joachim Cemetery

105 Avenue at 117 Street,Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Established in 1888 on land donated by the Groat family, this cemetery initially served the downtown community of St. Joachim Parish, the Catholic parish originally centered in the old Fort Edmonton. The cemetery contains a variety of historic monuments; walking through its many rows of memorials, one can […]

St. Anthony Cemetery

106 Street and 53 Avenue,Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Established in 1902 as a parish cemetery to serve the community of Strathcona (now a part of the south side of the city of Edmonton.) This cemetery illustrates the various styles of memorialization, ranging from the older upright monuments (of varying shapes and sizes) to the park-like style […]