In the process found nice resource at Old Cemeteries Society of Victoria.
Ross Bay Cemetery has the oldest surviving formal landscape design in BC and is a superb example of a Victorian-era burial ground. Its profusion of unusual trees and plantings, winding carriageways, graves with intriguing marble, sandstone and granite monuments, all bear witness to the people buried here.
The also do great work for other current and past cemetaries. There interactive map of Pioneer Square (Quadra and Rockland – beside Christ Church Cathedral and opposite the Y) is an great look at the origins of Victoria.