Documentation - permits, forms, etc.
(requires Facilities for preparation/embalming/shelter)
Staff Services for Ceremony
Staff Services for Visitation
Facilities for Preparation/Embalming/Shelter
(requires Staff Services for Ceremony)
Facilities for Visitation
(requires Staff Services for Visitation)
Lead Car/ General Duties Car
Professional consultation with licensed personnel, which may include, but is not limited to. expert advice on options to meet your needs, including essential services relating to disposition, drafting notices, planning, scheduling of services, advice regarding possible government benefits. May include, but not limited to co-ordination of all rites and ceremonies, before, during, and after they have been provided, including services and supplies provided by us, as well as those provided by third party suppliers, such as flowers and death notices by an Ontario Funeral Directors Licensee. Fees also include standard register book for guests to sign, standard acknowledgement cards, and Aftercare.
Completion and filing of all documents necessary to carry out the services and supplies requested, including, but not limited to, death registration, burial permit, coroner's certificate for cremation, documentation to ship the body out of the country. As part of this service, we will provide you with 10 proof of death certificates, such certificates are usually accepted for most estate settlement purposes, but sometimes a provincial Death Certificate will be necessary and is available from the Office of the Registrar General.
Embalming is the process of replacing blood and bodily fluids with chemical preservatives. It is a process of sanitation, restoration, and temporary preservation. Embalming is not legally required unless being shipped outside of the province/country, but may be recommended to preserve the body between the time of death and the visitation or disposition of the deceased. Our professional Funeral Directors will make a recommendation based on the condition of the body and expected service needs.
Basic preparation of remains - $195.00
Staff to co-ordinate and oversee the ceremony or memorial at our premises.
Off-site location, an equipment charge and additional staff services charge will apply in lieu of and equivalent to facility use…….$830.00
Staff to co-ordinate and oversee the visitation at our premises for a period up to 4 hours. If the visitation takes place at an off-site location, an equipment charge and additional staff service charges will apply in lieu of facility charge.......$1060.00
(Additional cost per hour in funeral home $125.00)
Temperature controlled facilities used to prepare, embalm, and/or shelter the body; this charge applies whenever the body is in our facility for any purpose.
Designated facilities at our Funeral Home used for the ceremony or memorial service. Price is per ceremony.
Designated facilities used for visitation for a period up to 4 hours.
(Additional cost per hour $140.00)
Vehicle for transfer from place of death and/or to the crematory.
Vehicle for transporting clergy, leading funeral procession and/or obtaining required documentation.
Transfer to cemetery or crematorium on day of ceremony. Additional mileage traveled beyond 25km from our facility will be charged at $2.50/km one way.
(Transportation of the remains from one place to another, for example, the hospital to our premises, or from our premises to the cemetery or crematorium using a transfer vehicle, for distances not exceeding 25km, a charge applies for each transportation request.
Additional staff service charge for removal from a residence or other non-industrial setting $75.00
Additional staff service charge for remains in excess of 300 lbs $100.00
Additional charge for distance beyond 25km $2.50/km one way)