In this second half of a two-part look at the old section of the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, we’ll get a look at more of the interesting monuments and sculptures lining the grounds. We’ll see a cup of coffee and can of pop left for someone’s late parent, get a glimpse of some flowers that were left at some graves, and visit the resting place of a very famous Canadian. William Lyon Mackenzie King was one of Canada’s longest serving Prime Ministers, including during World War II. He passed away in 1950, but his grave is still adorned with flowers, including a single pink rose on top. We’ll finish off with a look at the tunnel we will take to explore the new section of the cemetery in a future edition of TLTV.