Do you know of sedum/stonecrop cultivars who could do well in partial shade ?
Thank you for contacting the Toronto master gardeners with your inquiry.
In general, Sedum prefers moderately fertile, moist soil in full sun, but can take it drier. Plants may flop if grown in too much shade or in overly rich soil. Fine Gardening has an excellent article on Creeping Sedums.
If you are looking for a variety of perennials that grow in the shade the Toronto Master Gardeners have a Gardening Guide on Perennials for Shade in Dry or Moist areas.