I didn't know that famous grave tourism was a real thing. But then, why shouldn't it be? I like to see the homes where famous authors lived and wrote, as well as the places where historical events took place, so why shouldn't people like to view the gravestones of famous politicians, writers, artists or activists? If you want to see the final resting places of some very famous Canadians, check out this article by Andrew J. Bergman from www.ballastmag.com that gives a guide to twenty gravesites you can visit from coast to coast.
The attached photo of the grave stone of Emily Carr accompanied the article in www.ballastmag.com.