Understanding Cremation .

Although still not approved in many cultures, cremation is a final phase of letting go of a dead body and has been done for centuries. For those people who do accept the procedure, cremation is on the rise due to the rising costs of a traditional burial. The procedure of cremation is reasonably simple. To start with the funeral director must have authorization from the deceased close family allowing the funeral home to proceed with a cremation. Once... [Read More...]

The Process Of Cremation

Although still not approved in many cultures, cremation is a concluding phase of letting go of a dead body and has been done for generations. For those people who do accept the procedure, cremation is on the rise due to the rising costs of a traditional burial. The procedure of cremation is reasonably simple. To begin with the funeral director must have authorization from the deceased close family allowing the funeral home to go ahead with a cremation.... [Read More...]

Choosing Cremation

In Canada today around one third of all deaths are followed by cremation. This is up around fifteen percent in the last 15 years and, in some parts of Canada, cremation is still rising.Although not to everyones taste, cremation should be understood and carried out by your family if it’s your preference. Cremation involves burning the human body at a very high temperature, and reducing the bone fragments to ash. Bigger bones are broken down and... [Read More...]