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Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto

The cemetery has miles of walking paths and is the resting place of many famous people, including former prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, pianist Glenn Gould, the co-discoverers of insulin Frederick Banting and Charles Best, and Timothy Eaton.

The cemetery has miles of walking paths and is the resting place of many famous people, including former prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, pianist Glenn Gould, the co-discoverers of insulin Frederick Banting and Charles Best, and Timothy Eaton. Walking tours of the cemetery are available (Muddy York Walking Tours


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About Mount Pleasant Cemetery

 375 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto, ON, Canada

 +1 416-485-9129

 www.mountpleasantgroup.com

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