The Town of Kapuskasing provides maintenance, management, regulation, operation and control of the Kapuskasing Cemetery and Internment Cemetery.
The Kapuskasing Cemetery is located on Government Road West, across from the Kapuskasing Airport. The office is located at 70 Brunelle Road North and the hours of operations are from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please view the fees and charges associated with the Kapuskasing Cemetery on our Civic Web.
For more information on our rules and regulations, please refer to the Kapuskasing Cemetery By-Law on our Civic Web.
For more information about our cemetery services and standards, please email Marc Clavelle or call 705-337-4264.
The Kapuskasing Interment Cemetery was established in 1914, during World War I. This cemetery is a burial site for internees, prisoners and civilians who were associated with the Kapuskasing's Internment/Prisoner-of-War Camp. This newly restored and renovated Internment cemetery stands as a permanent reminder of the injustice of internment in Canadian history.
This cemetery is located on the south side of Government Road West, east of the Kapuskasing Airport.
For more information on the Kapuskasing Interment Cemetery please visit the Ron Morel Memorial Museum located at 25 Millview Road, open May to September.
The Centre de généalogie "La Boréale" has developed an online database that includes death and burial records for the Kapuskasing Cemetery and the Kapuskasing Internment Cemetery. Please visit their website for more information.
The Guenette Funeral Home is a bilingual, independent and locally-owned and operated funeral home. They offer pre-arrangement services at their office, or in-home with no obligation or consultation fee.
View obituaries and the current and passed services on their website.