Baron De Hirsch Cemetery

The Baron de Hirsch Cemetery has been an important part of Montreal’s Jewish community for more than a hundred years and celebrated its centenary in 2004. Our affiliates, who at one time numbered more than twenty synagogues and burial societies, are representative of almost every group and strata of our community. Today more than a dozen active affiliates continue to maintain the grounds so that everyone can continue to visit the cemetery and enjoy its peaceful surroundings.
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Backriver Memorial Gardens Cemetery

The Back River Cemetery dates back to the late 1800's and is one of Montreal's oldest Jewish cemeteries. The history of Montreal's Jewish community can be seen throughout its grounds. Over the years the Cemetery deteriorated and in the early years of this century, the community and the Quebec Government funded a major restoration of the cemetery grounds. More than half of the cemeteries foundations were repaired, fencing was replaced, new drainage was installed and new facilities built to create an environment that all Montrealers can be proud of. We invite you to visit.
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