St. John’s Norway is a non-denominational cemetery has been serving the communities of Toronto since 1853. As one of the oldest cemeteries in Toronto, St. John’s ensured its ability to continue to serve Toronto in 1998 by adding a chapel and crematorium.
This is a beautiful chapel in a non-secular setting that is conveniently located to serve all of Toronto. This chapel can hold approximately 200 people and due to its flexibility it can be set up in multiple configurations depending on what a family’s wishes are. There are also reception facilities for external catering which any of our funeral directors can help arrange for you.
St. James Cemetery and Crematorium is part of The Cathedral Church of St. James and is the oldest operating cemetery in Toronto having opened in 1844. The cemetery is home to a beautiful church-like chapel that is a perfect location for funerals and memorial services. The chapel provides seating for 200 people but isn’t so big that a smaller service can’t be held very comfortably.
Drawing and Coulson Room $575 Delight in the details of George Brown House ‘ an architectural labour of love. Crystal chandeliers, marble and ebony fireplaces, intricate flooring and mahogany panelling distinguish this carefully restored mansion. Built in 1876 for Senator George Brown ‘ a Father of Confederation and founder of The Globe newspaper ‘ this house has four private rooms available to rent, all decorated in period style and complemented by modern amenities. Book them individually or in combination for added value. This gracious and intimate setting ‘ located steps from the cultural attractions of downtown Toronto ‘ offers an unparalleled venue.
Memorials on the Lake provides a private yacht on the beautiful waterfront of Toronto for the scattering of your loved ones ashes. This tranquil and beautiful setting provides a unique and spectacular setting while integrating your beliefs, traditions and values. Flowers are permitted and parking is available close to the vessel.