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A modern approach to your traditions

Since 1902

A Majestic Indoor Cemetery

Phase 7 of the Mausoleum at Urgel Bourgie’s Laval Memorial Garden provides a dignified final resting place in our indoor cemetery for your loved one, with airtight sealed crypts and wall-niche tomb plots available. This alternative to burials gives the family and friends of the deceased an intimate location to visit and remember their loved one 365 days a year, sheltered from the cold and wet weather.

We have developed a modern, refined mausoleum featuring white marble and plenty of natural light. The large windows with incredible views of the Memorial Garden bring a sense a calm and serenity from the outside in.

We are now taking reservations for single and double crypts where your loved one, spouses, or the members of your family can be laid to rest. Ornaments, such as lettering, porcelain photographs, candle holders, vases of flowers and bronze appliqués can be added to personalize your loved one’s final resting place.

A place to rest, your way

The Urgel Bourgie/Athos memorial gardens will undergo major renovations in the coming months. New types of burial spaces will soon be available, and the properties will be updated to better serve you.   

Along with these new upgrades, the three memorial gardens will now each have their own identity.   See what each of our memorial gardens is all about -- we have created an information booklet for each one. These inspiring and informative magazines will show you just how peaceful our spaces are, nestled in natural surroundings.    

Reserve your burial plot now with one of our counselors.


The Laval Contemporary Memorial Garden brings together all the services you need to celebrate the lives of your loved ones. Both welcoming and inclusive, all values and beliefs are acknowledged and respected.

This memorial garden offers an extensive, pleasant spot for your family to gather and come together far from the noise of the city. Our splendid mausoleum is also available for your use.

Near the end of April

Twenty Mays have met,

And half a word and half a dream

Remember and forget.

- William Stanley Braithwaite