Cemeteries

Canadian war cemeteries are sites for burial for Canadian military personnel for conflicts since 1867. Most of the graves are for the dead in World War I and World War II, but some are for conflicts since 1945.

Most are found abroad (mainly in Europe) and a few within Canada. Most are public cemeteries and many shared with other countries (some with the Commonwealth).

Europe

Belgium
Adegem Canadian War Cemetery
Florenville Cemetery
Saint Mary Cemetery

Cyprus
Dhekelia Cemetery

Denmark
Copenhagen Cemetery

England
Brookwood Cemetery
Cheadle-Gatley
Farnborough
Gosport
Hebburn
Helston
Langar
North Luffenham
Portland, Dorset – Royal Naval Cemetery
Radcliffe-On-Trent
Seaton
St. Merryn
Wallasey-Wirral

France
Ars-laquenexy
Bistroff
Choloy
Le Vigan
Lelling
Marville
Metz
Piennes
St. Avold
Y Ravine Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery, Beaumont-Hamel – World War I
Givenchy Road Canadian Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais – World War I
Dieppe Canadian War Cemetery, Dieppe – World War II
Bretteville-sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery, Bretteville-sur-Laize – World War II
Bayeux War Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery, Bayeux – World War II
Canadian Cemetery No. 2, Pas-de-Calais – World War I
Bény-sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery, Bény-sur-Mer – World War II

Germany
Arnsberg
Durnbach
Dörlinbach
Hannover
Iserlohn
Karlsruhe
Kippenheim
Kuppenheim
Lahr
Rastatt
Rheindalen
Rheinmünster-Söllingen
Werl
Willstatt
Zweibrücken

Italy
Agira – World War II
Cagliari

Netherlands
Holten
Nijmegen
Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery – World War II

Northern Ireland
Belfast City

Scotland
Arbroath
Glasgow
Lossiemouth

Asia
Hong Kong
Sai Wan War Cemetery – World War II
Stanley Military Cemetery – World War II

South Korea
United Nations Memorial Cemetery
North America

Canada
Beechwood Cemetery – Ottawa, Ontario
Notre Dame Cemetery – Ottawa, Ontario