Funeral Establishment Operator Class 1 - FE350

Managing Funeral Director - Derek Maschke Class 1 Funeral Director 203175

COVID-19 UPDATE FROM THE BEREAVEMENT AUTHORITY OF ONTARIO
Effective: September 22, 2021
Proof of vaccination requirements do not apply to:

  • Funeral services including rites, ceremonies, visitations, receptions, or social gatherings held in places of worship.
  • Funeral services including rites, ceremonies, visitations, receptions, or social gatherings held in funeral establishments, cemeteries, crematoriums, and similar establishments that provide bereavement services and are licensed to operate under the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services.
  • Funeral services conducted in any indoor setting, limited to the actual funeral rites or ceremonies, but not an associated social gathering or reception. These settings can include any meeting or event space, conference centre, or convention centre.

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Cremation FAQ's


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Click on the questions below to reveal each respective answer.

Cremation refers to the process of transforming the body into bone fragments using heat. Any metal objects that may have been included with the body are then removed and the remaining fragments are crushed into an ash. Today, many people from various backgrounds are choosing cremation as a more economic and convenient option to a traditional burial.


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Making Arrangements

Cremation FAQ's

Frequent Questions

Grief Support

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