The Commonwealth War Graves Commission records 2,856 locations in Canada where they have memorials to 18,851 war dead.
|Row Labels||FWW Casualties||SWW Casualties||Total Casualties|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||131||347||480|
|Prince Edward Island||85||100||185|
For both wars, Ontario has the most commemorations, followed by Nova Scotia and Quebec.
The Halifax Memorial commemorates 3,141 Canadian and Newfoundland sailors, merchant seamen, soldiers and nursing sisters who lost their lives at sea, and also bears the names of men of the Canadian Army stationed in Canada who have no known grave, most from the SWW.
The Ottawa Memorial commemorates 820 commemorates men and women who lost their lives while serving or training with the Air Forces of the Commonwealth in Canada, the West Indies and the United States and who have no known grave.
There are 1,726 Canadian locations with a single burial.
896 locations in Ontario have CWGC commemoration, 622 for the First World War, 541 for the SWW.
|Cemetery||First World War Casualties||Second World War Casualties||Total Casualties|
|TORONTO (PROSPECT) CEMETERY||400||248||648|
|TORONTO (MOUNT PLEASANT) CEMETERY||125||105||230|
|OTTAWA (BEECHWOOD) CEMETERY||99||113||212|
|KITCHENER (WOODLAND) CEMETERY||40||162||202|
|TORONTO (ST. JOHN’S NORWAY) CEMETERY||118||79||197|
|TORONTO (MOUNT HOPE) CEMETERY||79||73||152|
|KINGSTON (CATARAQUI) CEMETERY||61||85||146|
|LONDON (MOUNT PLEASANT) CEMETERY||97||44||141|
|OTTAWA NOTRE DAME CEMETERY||42||73||115|