Originally, Vanier College was a convent back in the late 1800's and was later converted into the Cegep in the 1960's.
The first section of the cemetery is where all the older graves are located and the newer ones can be found in the back. We felt pretty uncomfortable walking towards the back there on Sunday when people were visiting the graves of their loved ones.
Again, the weather was bearable and we decided visit the next local cemetery that is in close proximity to our home. This was that cemetery.
The highlight of the trip: We thought one of the mausoleum's doors were open. Upon further inspection it wasn't. My husband gave me shit because I wanted to go in!
Located on the right hand side, almost hidden are very modest grave markers. This is where all the nuns, priests, and monks were buried.
|Oh no! They killed Santa, those bastards!|
|this is where the nuns, priests, are buried.|
|Can we go now, mom?|