Shalom Quebec: Click on the Families tab for the cemetery plan at the bottom right. Scroll to end. Some tombstone photos are reachable by clicking family name and then person's names. A cemetery plan (with names), tombstone photos, and other stuff, all indexed by family name. [January 2009]
Beth IsraelCemetery: Boul St. Cyrille & Ave Bon Air One of Canada's oldest surviving Jewish cemeteries, the Beth Israel in Quebec City, became the country's second Jewish National Historic Site during a special ceremony August 18, 1994. The dedication and unveiling of an English, French and Hebrew plaque at the 140-year-old cemetery was seen as landmark event in Canadian Jewish History. Because the Jewish community in Quebec City has been decreasing, a corporation has been formed to keep the cemetery maintained. Source:
Raymond Whitzman, 5787 McAlear Avenue, Cote Saint Luc, Quebec H4W 2H3 has photos. Enclose a SASE or international postal coupons if contact is snail-mail.
United Hebrew Cemeteries: now merged into the Baron de Hirsch Affiliated Cemeteries at 5015 de la Savanne, Montreal, Quebec: Canada H4P 1V1.Their phone number is 514-735-4696. They have a card index, but some older burials are not in it.