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.
Forest Lawn is conveniently located at Yonge and the 401 and is nicely secluded in a beautiful cemetery. This newly renovated chapel has an on-site crematorium and is perfect for smaller, more intimate funerals and memorials.
Riverside Cemetery is home to a beautiful small chapel that is perfect for funerals, memorials and gatherings and seats 30 people. There is also an on-site crematorium. Located at the corner of Lawrence and Royal York.
Chapel is not air conditioned. Features glass-fronted niche walls with urns.
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.