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We are unique in that we do not pay cemetery workers or funeral industry employees for referrals. This enables us to pass on savings to the customer.
British Columbia's largest monument company. Free shipping on new grass markers to most areas in BC.
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In 2005 West Coast Monuments was selected from companies across North America, to design and build one of the largest monuments in Canada.
West Coast Monuments was chosen by Nathan Scott of Living Stone Studios, to build the granite base for the Terry Fox memorial sculpture in Victoria, BC in 2005.
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February 2006 West Coast Monuments was selected by Constable Searle of the Surrey RCMP for his community volunteer project "Operation Remembrance" replace missing grave markers for Veterans at the Sunnyside Cemetery.
July 2006, chosen by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to make a grave marker for the first British Columbia officer killed in the line of duty.
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November 2006, West Coast Monuments finishes building one of Canada's largest war memorials in British Columbia's Okanagan.
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May 2007, City of Surrey wins first place in the International KIP Awards for Operation Remembrance - grave markers provided by West Coast Monuments Inc..
In cooperation with Veterans Affairs Canada
Supplier of the BC and Yukon Regions
Supplier of two municipal KIP award winning projects from:
October 2007, West Coast Monuments Inc. supplies over 50 veteran grave markers for the Last Post Fund, 32 for the City of North Vancouver Cemetery and 15 for Prince George Municipal Cemetery.
January 2008: West Coast Monuments introduces free shipping on all grass markers and bronze plaques within B.C.
January 2009: West Coast Monuments provides engraved plaques for the City of Penticton's Centennial Celebration.
April 2009: West Coast Monuments refurbishes 250 grave markers for Veterans Affairs Canada.
June 2009: West Coast Monuments supplies 22 new grave markers for New Westminter's Fraser Cemetery and refurbishes 42 grave markers at Burnaby's Masonic Cemetery.
November 2009: West Coast Monuments completes restoration of the Lions Park Cenotaph in Rutland, BC
January 2010: West Coast Monuments provides engraved fundraising bricks for The Homecoming Navel Centennial Statue in Victoria, BC. http://www.homecomingstatue.com/the_homecoming_statue.html
West Coast Monuments Inc. is a family owned business, aiming to help other families throughout BC.
Using technology to keep prices down, in an environmentally friendly shop.
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2010: West Coast Monuments completes work at the Navy Centennial Homecoming Statue Project, located at Victoria's magnificent downtown inner harbour. West Coast Monuments provided over 1,000 engraved fundraising bricks, 5 six foot long engraved granite "Ocean" inserts, assorted 2ft x 2ft engraved granite inserts, two custom boulders and the granite base for the statue. This statue was unveiled on May 4th as part on the Canadian Navy's 100 year celebration.
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May 2011: West Coast Monuments completes memorial restorations at seven British Columbia cemeteries for the Canadian Government.
Jan 2012: West Coast Monuments completes fundraising engraving for Jeneece Place in Victoria, BC.
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Aug 2012: West Coast Monuments completes Bidese Private Estate for Prince Rupert, BC.
Oct 2012: West Coast Monuments completes Sailor Memorial for Queen Charlotte City in Haida Gwaii.
Nov. 2012: Under a multi-year agreement, West Coast Monuments has been asked design and manufacture grass markers for Royal Oak Burial Park in Victoria, BC. Royal Oak Burial Park is BC's largest municipal cemetery and is operated as a non-profit organization. Royal Oak Burial Park and Crematorium is owned by the District of Saanich and City of Victoria.
Feb. 2013: West Coast Monuments commissioned to design and build multiple large bronze dedication plaques
March 2013: West Coast Monuments commissioned to design and manufacture two civic monuments for
June 2013: West Coast Monuments commissioned to design and build 14 bronze commemoration plaques
July 2013: West Coast Monuments supplies engraved pavers for the British Columbia Parliament Buildings.