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Repatriation From Outside the Country

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

One of your loved ones has died and still has family outside the country? Or has died while outside the country? Or you have roots outside the country and are preparing your own funeral pre-arrangements? Managing a death is complex … Continue reading

What Type of Flowers to Choose for a Funeral

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Flowers allow us to express our feelings in moments when words seem to have lost their meaning. Present throughout the grieving process, during the funeral rituals or sent to loved ones as a show of support, flowers help ease people’s … Continue reading

Burial or Cremation: Which to Choose?

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Although cremation has been increasing in popularity in Québec for the last three decades, it has declined slightly in the past few years. Today, about three quarters of Québec residents choose cremation while one quarter choose burial. It’s a choice … Continue reading

What to do with cremation ashes?

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Nearly three-quarters of Quebecers choose cremation. But when the deceased hasn’t left specific instructions, you will inevitably have to decide what to do with their ashes after cremation. Should you keep them or disperse them? Spreading the Ashes Currently, there … Continue reading

Grieving process and psychological support for Families

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Even though death is part of life, it doesn’t mean that grieving is easy. Grieving families can benefit from psychological support to help them find the strength they’ll need to get through their difficult suffering. Support Throughout the Grieving Process … Continue reading

Urne biodégradable qui devient le monument vivant où l’on peut se rappeler l’être aimé / Organic urn that will become the representation and memory of your loved one.

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Voici une nouvelle façon de faire de la commémoration à la suite d’un décès avec les cendres qui après quelques années deviennent un monument vivant en la mémoire de l’être aimé – regarder la VIDÉO en cliquant ici  A new … Continue reading

Ash Scattering: What Are The Legal Formalities?

Friday, 10 February 2017

Last year, in an effort to better support ash scattering, the Quebec government modified Law 66, which had been unchanged since 1974. This law pertained to funeral services and in particular, dispersing ashes. Quebec intends to follow improvements in the … Continue reading

5 Things to Know About Quebec’s Widows Pension

Friday, 10 February 2017

Losing a spouse causes great personal suffering, but it can also be accompanied with financial pressures that arise due to the loss of the deceased person’s income. The Widows Pension is intended to ensure a minimum income to the spouse … Continue reading

Materials Used in Environmentally Friendly Coffins

Monday, 30 January 2017

Environmentally minded people do not want to pollute any more after their death than they did while they were living. However, selecting a coffin made of exotic wood or metal means that a traditional burial can be very harmful to … Continue reading

What Material Should You Choose for a Personalized Gravestone?

Monday, 30 January 2017

A gravestone is the ultimate memorial to a deceased loved one and therefore must be selected with great care. It is a testimony of affection for that person, and it can come in any shape and be made from a … Continue reading