There are a number of resources available to help families and individuals cope with the emotional and financial burdens associated with the loss of a loved one.
Please visit the links provided below or contact Cemetery Staff.
What to do when someone dies is a website maintained by the Province of Ontario that provides answers to common questions about what to do, and what support is available, when a loved one dies in Ontario.
The Bereavement Authority of Ontario (BAO) is responsible for protection of the public interest and administers provisions of the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services Act on behalf of the Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services.
The BAO regulates and supports licensed funeral establishments, cemetery operators, crematorium operators, transfer service operators, funeral directors, funeral preplanners, transfer service sales representatives, cemetery sales representatives, and crematorium sales representatives across Ontario.
Bereaved Families of Ontario provides compassionate non-denominational mutual aid support for families and individuals who have lost a significant person to death.
Consumer Information Guide to Funerals, Burials and Cremation Services is a free guide provided by the Bereavement Authority of Ontario that helps consumers know their rights before entering into contracts with organizations that are licensed under the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services Act.
Grief Net is an non-profit coporation that provides an internet community of people coping with grief, death and loss. Support programs are available for both adults and children.
To make immediate final arrangements for a friend or loved one, please contact the Cemetery Manager at 519-599-3131 Ext.288. Messages left at this extension will be responded to within 24 hours.