Bereavement and Grief Support
- General Bereavement Support
- Support for Children and Adolescents
- Support for Homicide or Violent Death
- Support for Pregnancy and Infant Loss
- Suicide Prevention and Support
- Books on Bereavement
Obituary Guide and Tips
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Prospect WWI Virtual Museum
- Canadian WWI Battles
- The Conflict Begins
- Canada Enters The War
- The Second Battle Of Ypres
- The Battle of Somme
- The Battle of Beaumont-Hamel
- The Battle of Vimy Ridge
- Canada's Hundred Days
- Canada's Nationhood
- Honouring Earlscourt's Service
Victoria Cross Memorial
Dealing with the death of a loved one can be associated with unexpected costs. Find out if you qualify for financial assistance from one of the programs listed below.
Last Post Fund – Funeral and Burial Program (www.lastpostfund.ca/EN/funeral.php)
In co-operation with Veterans Affairs Canada, the program provides funeral, burial and grave marking benefits for eligible Veterans.
City of Toronto Department of Social Services (https://www.toronto.ca/community-people/employment-social-support/health-support/)
Toronto Social Services provides financial assistance on behalf of deceased Toronto residents who do not have sufficient funds in their estate to fully cover the cost of a basic funeral, burial and/or cremation.
Employment Insurance Compassionate Care Benefits (www1.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/ei/types/compassionate_care.shtml)
Compassionate care benefits are paid to persons who have to be away from work temporarily to provide care or support to a family member who is gravely ill with a significant risk of death.