The Next of Kin Avenue
|History:|| After the First World War the Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire (I.O.D.E.) across Canada created Memorial Avenues in cemeteries as living,
tree-lined memorials to honour the fallen of their communities. The Next of Kin Avenue in Saskatoon’s Woodlawn Cemetery is the only intact example.
It is now a National Historic site.|
Here is a link to the National Historic Site page.
Here is a link to a Wikipedia article about the Next of Kin Memorial Avenue.
|Location:||1502 2nd Ave N, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2G1|
|Memorial Plaque for Greek Compatriots||National Historical Marker||Great War Veterans Associal Memorial Plaque|
|Memorial Plaque for Jewish dead||Memorial Plaque for Nurses who died||Memorial Plaque for Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry members|
|Dedication Plaque||Gateposts at entrance to Memorial Avenue||IODE commemoration|
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