Our traditional service option include our professional services and our stationary package. After you “Add to Arrangement” you can select the casket of your choice.
Included in Professional Services
Value Added Items in Professional Services
Base Professional Fee
Administration / After Care
Documentation / Registration
Directors & Assistants
Shelter & Care
Mocha Poplar Urn
Local Transportation (50KM)
Shelter and Care
Local Transport (50km)
Lead Car & Hearse
Lead Car or Hearse
CPP/SIN cancellation and more
Complimentary obituary composition
Complimentary online donations and condolences
24 hour removal from place of death
Complimentary use of easels, picture boards and display shelving
Complimentary set up of personalization items and memorabilia
Complimentary transfer of cremated remains into jewellery and urn
Complimentary transfer of cremated remains into jewellery
Cremation is the process of exposing the body to intense heat within a retort, reducing the body to bone fragments.
The bone fragments are further processed into fine particles of ash for placement in an urn.
The urn is taken to the cemetery or returned to the family for their preferred choice of final disposition.
An example of a Niche wall which holds a loved ones urn
1. Do I need to have a Service?
A “cremation service” is not required, but recommended as an opportunity for family and friends to gather and pay their final respects and share memories.
2. Do I need to buy a casket for the cremation?
No, a casket is not required. At Fundy, a minimum container made of particle board is required, and if a cremation service is selected, there may be more suitable containers and caskets available in different styles, finishes, and price ranges.
3. Do I need to buy an urn?
No, typically the cremated remains are returned in a cardboard or plastic container. If you wish to see other urn options, there are many different styles, colours, and price ranges to select a more personalized urn.
4. Can I scatter the cremated remains?
Yes, you may scatter the cremated remains within a cemetery scattering garden. Keep in mind that many communities may have restrictions regarding the scattering of cremated remains. Please refer to your local community website for instructions and guidance.
5. Can more than one body be cremated together?
No, each retort or cremation furnace can accommodate only one body.
6. Can I rent a casket?
Yes, renting a casket for a service is becoming increasingly popular for many families.
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Administration / After Car
Directors + Assistants
Sanitary Care & Preparation
Local Transportation (50km)
1. Do I need to have a Service?
A “burial service” is not required, but recommended as an opportunity for family and friends to gather and pay their final respects and share memories.
2. Do I need to buy a casket?
Yes, a casket is required. We have a wide variety of caskets available in different styles, finishes, and price ranges.
3. Can more than one body be buried together?
Caskets are designed to only hold one person. Some cemeteries will allow you to purchase a companion plot for either side-by-side burial plots or a double depth plot to have the caskets stacked on top of one another. Please consult with the cemetery before making any decisions.
Basic Professional Fees $990
Co-ordination of Activites, Rites and Ceremonies $1,050
Staff Services for Visitation $580
Staff Services for Ceremony $1,000
Facilities for Preparation, Embalming and Shelter $460
Facilities for Visitation and Ceremony $950 (3 Hours Total)
Initial Transfer of Deceased (within 40 km) $300
Administrative/Lead Vehicle $250
Funeral Coach $560
Burial is the process of interring the body into the ground using a wood or metal casket. In some municipalities,
the option of above ground burial in a mausoleum is available. As part of burial process, the body may or may not be
embalmed. For ground burial, a protective outer container or casket vault may be required by the cemetery to provide stability for the grave.
An example of what most cemeteries look like