2020 October 31

As a city grows, so too does its need for space to bury the bodies of its deceased inhabitants. Toronto is no exception to this. In fact, it’s estimated that the city will run out of traditional casket burial space within the next 15 years. Here’s what you should know about this situation and which options you should consider when thinking about your final wishes.

Remembering a loved one with keepsake jewellery

2020 October 23

After the death of a loved one, it’s normal to feel an aching sense of emptiness in your life. You miss that special person and everything they represented to you, whether they were a partner, friend, parent or relative.

How to send condolences after someone has passed away

2020 October 16

When your friend, family member or colleague is affected by the passing of a loved one, sending condolences is a thoughtful gesture of comfort and support. However, many people are unsure how to reach out to the grieving party and worry about saying the wrong thing.

How to Help Your Children Grieve the Loss of a Loved One

2020 October 09

“Anyone old enough to love is old enough to grieve.” – Dr. Alan Wolfelt

How to choose funeral flowers by understanding their meanings

2020 October 02

Planning a funeral is a trying task with many particulars that need to be sorted. Among these details is the issue of flowers. As with all other aspects of funeral arranging, you have choices and there’s no one right way to do it. When considering flowers, know that there are two things you’ll need to decide: what arrangement(s) you want and what specific flowers to use.