- Removal of the deceased from place of death to the Funeral Home (within 25 km)
- Professional care of deceased for cremation
- The cremation casket
- The cremation
- Temporary Urn
- Registration of the death with the Province of Manitoba
- Preparation of burial permit(s)
- Transporting the cremated remains to the cemetery and a funeral director to officiate at the Cemetery.
- Official notification of death to Old Age Security & Canada Pension
- Arrange and place obituary in family requested Publications; This does not include the cost of the obituary.
- Estate Kit; including 5 funeral director declarations, estate checklist, executor’s duties, how to probate a will, what to do following a death and preparing returns for deceased persons, how to apply for CPP death benefit and application for death benefit and survivor’s benefit, how to apply for a clearance certificate and the application form.
- If a provincial death certificate is required the cost is an additional $30.00 (there is no tax added to this cost). If the certificate is needed immediately the cost is $65.00.
An opportunity for viewing is available before the cremation process occurs, only if requested by family. There are various options available for families to choose from, please ask one of our licensed funeral directors for options and prices.