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st johns cemetery grounds mississauga
Toronto

The grounds at St. John’s are continually maintained, providing a pleasant and tranquil green space for all to enjoy. Certain sections provide for single graves which allows for an upright monument. 

Read about this cemetery here:

http://www.stjohnsdixie.com/cemetery/

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