The days following the service will be difficult. There is much to think of in addition to your grief. We have compiled a list of the next steps that are frequently required in the wake of a loved one's passing.
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The death of someone we care about can be indescribable. Words fail to describe how painful the grief we feel can be. We are proud to provide these guides in order to help begin the healing process.
After the passing of a loved one, it is a good idea to let a lawyer figure things out. Before getting in touch with a lawyer there are several important documents that you need to gather.
We're pleased to provide links to a number of government resources and funds to help with the aftercare process.
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It is common to have questions about the funeral process. This section contains some commonly asked questions, to help make this process easier for you. If additional questions arise, please feel free to contact us directly at the funeral home.
Travelling with Cremation Remains
Recent changes to Transport Canada regulations meant CATSA (Canadian Air Transport Security Authority) had to update its procedures for screening cremation containers. Under the new regulations, cremation containers that cannot be cleared by the x-ray machine will not be permitted past the security checkpoint.