We are aware that the current circumstances greatly impact grieving families. We are adapting our practices to better support you in organizing your loved one’s funeral service.
Please regularly consult this section to see the latest updates based on public health recommendations.
Organizing a Funeral Service
Funeral advisory services can be safely held in our premises or remotely. Families can choose their preferred method.
We are limiting attendance to a maximum of 25 people in our funeral homes and complexes.
Visiting time, including the service, is limited to 2 hours per family.
Physical distancing measures must be followed and masks are mandatory at all times in each of our points of service (masks will not be provided by the funeral home).
For those who are unable to attend a service at the funeral complex, we are providing our customers with a virtual ceremony solution free of charge, which you can watch live or after the fact from the comfort of your own home, on a cellular phone, tablet or computer.
Places of worship are open for funeral services and are following established protocols.
Our reception halls are available for wakes. Catering services have been adapted in order to protect our customers.
Our funeral complexes are open and keeping to their usual hours of service.
Some of our points of service only open upon request for funeral services:
2630 Notre Dame, Montréal
1750 rue Notre Dame, Lachine
3517 Lévesque O, Laval
1559 de Montarville, St Bruno de Montarville
Our cemeteries - Memorial gardens
Visits are permitted in all of our resting places. Physical distancing measures must be followed at all times, both in the grounds and in the mausoleums.
Burials, crypt entombments and cremation entombments are also restricted to 25 people.
Furthermore, we are providing free cinerary locations for victims of the coronavirus. For further information, please contact us at: [email protected].