Northern Lights is surrounded by oak trees and features a Chinese pavilion and a Wall of Remembrance in memory of our military veterans.

Starting September 20, in compliance with the newly announced Government of Alberta health protocols and restrictions, indoor interment services at Mount Pleasant cemetery's indoor niche and Edmonton Cemetery's mausoleum will be restricted to a maximum of 10 visitors.

Masks and physical distancing are required at all indoor facilities. Hand hygiene continues to be recommended. For more details, visit edmonton.ca/covid19.

Northern Lights Cemetery is one of the City's two Premier Cemeteries, with a focus on growth and an expansion plan which spans the next 40 years.

This North Edmonton cemetery was unofficially known as Sturgeon Cemetery before being named Sturgeon Heights Memorial Park in 1986. A year later it was renamed Northern Lights Cemetery. The City of Edmonton has owned the land since 1972.