Our Customers:

Jack G. Layton

July 18, 1950 - August 22, 2011
Loving Son, Husband, Father,
Grandfather and Leader
We Love You Forever

We are honored to service Jack G. Layton.

Ron Starr, P.Eng.

(Councillor of Mississauga, Ward 6)

We are honored to service Ron Starr's family.

AZUMA, Richard Ernest - Fierce Defender of First Principles Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, April 18, 1930. Richard is survived by his beloved wife of 51 years, Glenna Marguerite and their children Stephen (Janet Gunn), Robert (Darlene Broderick), Katie (Paul Howard), and sister Vivian Waterhouse. He will be dearly missed by grandchildren Cameron, Keira, Meredith and Alexandra. Dick, a graduate of UBC (BA '51, MA '53) and Glasgow (PhD '59), was P rofessor Emeritus of Nuclear Physics at the University of Toronto and Guest Professor at the University of Notre Dame, and will be remembered for his contribution to the science of nuclear astrophysics. His interactions with his students, their accomplishments and subsequent collaborations were cherished memories and gave him immense personal satisfaction. He passed peacefully September 19, 2013 in Toronto. A celebration of Dick's life will be held at Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Road, Toronto, on Thursday, September 26 at 11 a.m. In place of flowers, please make donations to SickKids Hospital or The Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation

- Toronto Star

We are honored to service Richard Ernest AZUMA.

Financial Post

Going out in style: Funeral planning for 2013

Think outside the box. If you don’t care either way — well, you are dead — you can get a basic container, an eco-friendly fiberboard shell with no exterior or interior finish, for about $400. Visiting a local casket retailer or online wholesaler may be cheaper than buying from the funeral home. Casket Outlet in Mississauga, for example will ship a casket to your Canadian funeral home for free and prices range from $490 to $2,780.    

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National Post

Online shopping shakes up the funeral industry

A decade ago, it would have been unthinkable to price shop for caskets after the death of a loved one, let alone arrange and purchase the funeral services via the Internet.

Online services like and, or retail giants such as Walmart and Costco selling caskets via their websites in the United States are shaking up the normally staid, slow-moving funeral home industry.

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Beauty and the Beast(Season 3)

Some of our caskets and urns were used for <<Beauty and the Beast>> television series.

Suits (Season 4)

Some of our caskets, urns & flowers used for <<Suits>>


Some of our caskets used for <<Hannibal>>

Single Ladies

Some of our caskets used for <<Single Ladies>> television series.

The Divide (TV series)

Some of our caskets & flowers used for <<The Divide (TV series)>> television series.

Man Seeking Woman (TV series 2014)

Our caskets used for <<Man Seeking Woman (TV series 2014)>> television series.

Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara to star in CBC comedy Schitt’s Creek

Our folowers used for Canadian comedy stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara are set to reunite in a new series for CBC-TV.

TV Series: Working the Engels

Some of our caskets & flowers used for <<Working the Engels>> television series.

Beauty and the Beast

Some of our caskets and urns were used for <<Beauty and the Beast>> television series.

NBC Universal / GEP Productions Inc.

Some of our caskets and urns were used for <<ALPHAS>> television series.

<< Lost Girl >> TV Show

Some of our caskets and urns were used for <<Lost Girl>> TV Show.

The Article of Ottawa Citizen:

The Cost of Death:

Grief-stricken when a loved one dies, you want to do the right thing by planning a perfect funeral. But it's easy to overspend. Patrick Langston talks to the pros to find out how to curb costs

By Patrick Langston, Ottawa Citizen

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102,1 CKOI Québec

Our casket were used for 102,1 CKOI Québec Radio Show.

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