September 9, 2021 by Denna Newman
Mount Patricia Cemetery Staff Fall Cleanup will take place starting October 1, 2021 therefore we kindly ask for all personal items to be removed from gravesites No later than September 30th 2021.
Mount Patricia Policy – Flowers and other personal items must be removed from graves by October 1. Any items remaining after this date that cause obstruction to the operations of the cemetery will be removed by the cemetery staff.
Thank you to all who assist in the clean up and for everyone’s cooperation in keeping Mount Patricia grounds clean and tidy.
Everyone MUST maintain physical distancing of 2 arms length (6 feet) between other people (not in your bubble) at all times.
If you have any questions, please contact Denna Newman at 634-4774.
July 19, 2021 by Denna Newman
The dedication of our second Columbarium will take place Monday, July 19, 2021 at 2PM here at Mount Patricia Cemetery, at the Columbarium Park location. We invite you to join us in the dedication ceremony!
Mount Patricia Cemetery Association (MPCA).
July 9, 2021 by Denna Newman
Flower services schedule for this summer 2021 (weather permitting) are as follows:
Tuesday, July 27 @ 7PM – Roman Catholic Flower Service Mass
Sunday, August 1 @ 2PM – Anglican Flower Service.
Sunday, August 1 @ 4PM- United Flower Service.
Sunday, August 22 @ 2Pm – Salvation Army Flower Service.
Please continue to follow the public health regulations. Maintain 6ft distance from others that are not in your bubble. Wear your mask. Wash your hands.
April 19, 2021 by Web Administrator
Spring Clean up for Mount Patricia Cemetery is scheduled for the week May 2 – May 8. Our cemetery caretakers will be in the cemetery cleaning up Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm and can provide you with a garbage bag. If you visit outside of our regular business hours, you will have to bring garbage bags. Bring gloves to help with picking up debris and please remember to be compliant to all Public Health Guidelines. We look forward to seeing others visit and help with this spring cleanup.
Public Health Guidance for All Alert Levels
The following measures will continue to be a part of our daily lives at every Alert Level:
- Staying informed and being prepared to follow public health advice.
- Practicing good hygiene (wash your hands, avoid touching your face, cough and sneeze into your sleeve or a tissue).
- Maintaining a physical distance of at least 2 arm lengths. Use a non-medical or cloth mask when physical distancing cannot be maintained.
- Frequent cleaning and disinfection of high-touch surfaces.
- Staying at home and away from others when you are sick, unless it is to get medical attention.
- Wearing a non-medical or cloth mask when going out to access health care services or visiting indoor public spaces.
- Working from home, where possible.
- Continuing to shop online and using curbside pickup, where possible.
- Limiting non-essential travel outside of the province.
- Keeping a log of when you go out in public and your interactions with others.
- If you have COVID-19 symptoms, use the online COVID-19 Assessment and Referral tool or call 811 if you do not have internet access.
April 5, 2021 by Denna Newman
Formal gatherings are limited to no more than 100 people. Physical distancing must be maintained. Public visitations are permitted, with one household bubble visiting at a time.