22 results for the category "Funeral Co-operative of Ottawa"
People who wanted to have some control about medical intervention at their time of dying began to talk about a “Living Will” which would let their family and their doctors know the level of care they would want if they were not capable of giving consent for treatment at the end of life.More
This process takes time | It is a marathon, not a sprint!More
Talking to children about war. I was wondering what I could say to my ten-year-old granddaughter (whose mother is Russian born – just to add a twist to the problem) about the war. Saying nothing isn’t an option, because the topic will come up, sooner or later. Being a grandfather, my duty is to impart something helpful...More
Financial Planning for End-of-Life Care: The Unexpected Cost of Palliative Care in CanadaMore
When you were growing up, did you need to choose a funeral home to hold a funeral or memorial service or did you live in a community where the wake or community gathering took place at home and the casket went directly from the house to the church for a funeral service.....More