“Every life is worth loving and remembering always…”

These poignant words are inscribed in stone at the entranceway to the picturesque Glenwood Cemetery. This peaceful site is a final resting place for thousands of early settlers and their descendants who cleared the land and shaped our history. Today their legacy endures in street names, historic homes and buildings, and in small and great deeds that marked lifetimes of endeavours.



Glenwood Cemetery offers a full choice of burial options: traditional in-ground burial, cremation burial, columbaria, private columbarium, and scattering. Professional and sensitive service to families is a priority to our staff.

Memorial Products

We have on site a wide selection of memorialization products. With the help of our friendly staff, families are able to choose cemetery arrangements and select appropriate memorialization options.

What's New

There’s a lot happening at our historic cemetery, with something new for every season, whether it’s Veterans’ Day ceremonies, Jazz at the Glenwood Chapel, Christmas wreath sales, or other community events. To keep up-to-date, check our website and visit us on our Facebook page!

Special Events

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Thank you to everyone that has been so supportive of the tough decision to remove some of our treasured pines located near Glenwood's Stone Chapel. We wanted to share with you this photo of one of the removed trees to show how severely they had deteriorated. This pine in particular was located close to the Stone Chapel and would have caused catastrophic damage were it to have fallen on the structure. ... See MoreSee Less
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An Update from Glenwood:You may notice something different on your next visit to Glenwood. At the advice of our arborist and for the safety of our site, some of our larger and more recognizable pine trees have to be removed near the Stone Chapel and our vault.This is not a decision taken lightly because the preservation of local and natural history within Glenwood is of the utmost importance to us.These trees have been monitored by a professional arborist for several years, and over that time they have declined in health to the point of becoming a safety hazard.It's a loss that we're mourning, as you may be as well. We will share some photos on our social media, and if they were meaningful trees to you we encourage you to share any memories and photos you might have as well. ... See MoreSee Less
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Glenwood Cemetery's Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday, June 1, 2023 at 4:00pm by Zoom. ... See MoreSee Less
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