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What to do when someone dies
Funeral package options
About cremation
Tips for writing a Death Notice
Transporting a body to another country for burial
Acknowledging kindness
Settling an estate
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What to do when someone dies


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Funeral Package Options

Option One: Respectful Simplicity
Hold the Visitation and Service on the same day [ More Info ]
$9,155
  • Staff and Professional Services, including the coordination and management of all necessary arrangements before, during and after the service. The arrangement meeting with the family to plan the service, arrange clergy, if required, staff and administer the service and visitation.
  • The preparation and embalming of the deceased.
  • The use of the funeral home for the visitation or gathering, two hours prior to the service and for the service itself.
  • The transportation of the deceased to funeral home from the place of death (from a distance of up to 25 kilometres).
  • Vehicles required for the procession to the place of service (if not in the funeral home) and then on to the cemetery/crematorium or mausoleum. These vehicles include, the Lead Car, the Funeral Coach(Hearse) and Flower Van.
  • Registration of the death with the Province of Ontario and providing the family or estate trustee with Proof of Death certificates for estate settlement.
  • A guest register book, 100 standard memorial or prayer cards and acknowledgement cards.
  • A solid poplar casket. (Batesville Lynx 257924)
  • Unlimited access to Cardinal’s Extended Family Service Program and Bereavement Program

Option Two: Grieving Together
Hold the Visitation the day prior to the service [ More info ]
$11,100
  • Staff and Professional Services, including the coordination and management of all necessary arrangements before, during and after the service. The arrangement meeting with the family to plan the service, arrange clergy, if required, staff and administer the service and visitation.
  • The preparation and embalming of the deceased.
  • The use of the funeral home for the visitation or gathering, between the hours of 2 p.m. and 9 p.m. the day prior to the service day.
  • The transportation of the deceased to funeral home from the place of death (from a distance of up to 25 kilometres).
  • Vehicles required for the procession to the place of service (if not in the funeral home) and then on to the cemetery/crematorium or mausoleum. These vehicles include, the Lead Car, the Funeral Coach(Hearse) and Flower Van.
  • Registration of the death with the Province of Ontario and providing the family or estate trustee with Proof of Death certificates for estate settlement.
  • A guest register book, 100 memorial or prayer cards and acknowledgement cards.
  • A 20-guage carbon steel casket. (Batesville Montgomery 249233)
  • Unlimited access to Cardinal’s Extended Family Service Program and Bereavement Program

Option Three: Time to Gather
Hold the Visitations for two days prior to the service [ More info ]
$11,800
  • Staff and Professional Services, including the coordination and management of all necessary arrangements before, during and after the service. The arrangement meeting with the family to plan the service, arrange clergy, if required, staff and administer the service and visitation.
  • The preparation and embalming of the deceased.
  • The use of the funeral home for the visitation or gathering, between the hours of 2 p.m. and 9 p.m. for the two days prior to the service day.
  • The transportation of the deceased to funeral home from the place of death (from a distance of up to 25 kilometres).
  • Vehicles required for the procession to the place of service (if not in the funeral home) and then on to the cemetery/crematorium or mausoleum. These vehicles include, the Lead Car, the Funeral Coach(Hearse) and Flower Van.
  • Registration of the death with the Province of Ontario and providing the family or estate trustee with “Proof of Death” certificates for estate settlement.
  • A guest register book, 100 memorial or picture prayer cards and acknowledgement cards.
  • A pecan wood casket. (Batesville Trenton 25161)
  • Unlimited access to Cardinal’s Extended Family Service Program and Bereavement Program

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About Cremation

What is cremation?
Where and when does cremation take place?
Do we need to buy a casket?
Can we place personal mementos in the casket prior to cremation?
Do we need to have a funeral if we select cremation?
Is embalming required?
What is an urn?
What can we do with the cremated remains?
Is cremation cheaper than burial?



Tips for writting a death notice



Transporting the deceased to another country for burial




Acknowledging Kindness



Settling an estate




Useful Links




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