Brampton Crematorium &
In the past 10 years our professional team of licensed funeral directors and staff have had the privilege and honor of serving many families and individuals in their greatest time of need.
Brampton Crematorium & Visitation Centre, provides a complete range of funeral, cremation, and memorial services –with notable distinctions. We are pleased to be able to offer each family customized and exclusive use of our facilities during your gathering, service, or cremation all in one convenient location.
How We Help
Pre-planning for your funeral is a benefit both to you and to your family & loved ones. If you have questions, if you’re just looking for information, or if you’re ready to start putting your final wishes in writing, we can help.
Your next steps will depend on where your loved one has passed away. Whether it be in a hospital, at home expectedly or unexpectedly, or in a nursing home we can assist you. Please call (905) 458-2222 if you have any urgent funeral related matters.
What We Do
We offer a number of burial service options at our facility and assist with selecting a final disposition that meets the needs and expectations of the family.
Whatever your choices and preferences, We are here to help you to make the right decisions. We will take care of the details so you can focus on your own family.
With this option, the loved one’s disposition (burial or cremation) is held first and there is a structured funeral service after. You can decide to have a less formal service by having a celebration of life gathering instead.
Oftentimes families decide to have a reception at our facility after this type of service. We will guide you in making it the right service for your loved one.
CULTURAL FUNERALS at Brampton
Crematorium and Visitation Centre
Hindus believe in Samsara, the perpetual cycle of life, death, and reincarnation. The goal is to ultimately be separated from Samsara and attain Moksha, the state of liberation.
The Sikh religion preaches, devotion to God, truthful living, and equality. Sikhs believe in the reincarnation of the soul after death with the understanding that the form they’re reborn to is directly influenced by their actions in previous lives. The ultimate goal is liberation from this cycle.
Buddhists believe in Samsara, the cycle of life and death. In Samsara, people are reincarnated based on actions from their previous lives. The ultimate goal is to separate oneself from all desires and notions in order to be liberated from the cycle. Once achieved, one can reach the state of Nirvana.
Christianity is divided into various theologies and denominations. At Brampton Cremation & Visitation Centre, we are ready to assist to all families with their religious beliefs.
Not every funeral must have a religious element. Many people today do not identify with any organized religion though still want to have a funeral service that celebrates their life, At Brampton, we are able to work with you to curate a service around your wishes.
Who We Are
Proudly independent and family owned, we considers it a privilege to serve the communities of the Greater Toronto Area in their times of need. Our Brampton location was opened in 2012 – 28,000 sq. feet with 3 suites, and 2 reception lounges. The idea was to open a funeral home that was available for all faiths and culture. This is one of the main reasons we have a crematorium on-site to better suit our families.
From immediate assistance to making pre-arrangements for the future, our licensed funeral directors are pleased to be able to offer your family customized services that fit your traditions and budget with the exclusive use of our facilities during your gathering, service, or cremation, all in one convenient location.
We at Brampton Crematorium & Visitation Centre strive to treat your family as our own with our professional, experienced and ethical service. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us in your time of need. We are here for you, 24 hours a day.
Brampton Crematorium & Visitation Centre Difference
THE COMPASSION DIFFERENCE
Funeral and sympathy flowers are and have been an integral part of bereavement as a memorial tradition throughout history no matter what culture. You can help create an atmosphere of support and understanding by sending Flowers.
The cost of a funeral depends entirely on the wishes of the loved one and their family. Those who want a basic cremation will pay something different then a person who wishes to have a traditional funeral with burial. There are many items that can influence the cost of a funeral as well, such as your choice of casket, flowers, or stationary package, if you wish to have a reception following your funeral service, etc. Our staff are happy to sit with you to discuss your funeral wish and make sure they are affordable and fit within your budget.
No, you do not have to be embalmed if that is not what you want. No funeral home can force a person to be embalmed if that is against their wishes. When a family chooses to have an open casket for a visitation or service, embalming can often be a good idea to ensure your loved one looks as good as possible, however if the funeral service is happening quickly may not be needed. Please speak to one of our funeral directors to decide if embalming is something you may wish to work into your funeral plans.
We understand that sometimes the death of a loved one is unexpected and there is not always money at hand to pay for a funeral, but a rule of thumb is that payment is expected sometime between the date the contract is signed and 15 days after the funeral service takes place. If you want to ensure your family will not have to worry about how to pay for your funeral, we encourage to consider pre-planning your funeral. More information on preplanning can be found HERE. For more information on cultural funerals, click HERE.
Just as every person in the world is unique, so should be every funeral. Perhaps your mother was known for her samosa recipe. We can print memorial cards to give our to her funeral attendees with the recipe on them so that everyone can continue to enjoy her signature dish. Was your dad a sports fan? We can have his sports memorabilia displayed during his visitation and service and suggest people attend his funeral wearing their favourite sports jerseys. Our staff our happy to help you decide the best ways to personalize your loved one’s funeral so that it is a true reflection of they life they led. For more information on personalized funerals, click HERE.
Not every funeral has to be a full traditional service. Consider having a smaller celebration of life after the cremation or burial of your loved one. It allows family and friends to come together and remember the life of a person they cared deeply for, without the need for religion or traditional customs. Celebrations of Life can happen weeks, or sometimes months after the death of a loved one and is usually a much more laid-back affair then a traditional funeral. Please click HERE for more information about this funeral option.
Yes, of course we can. Whatever the religion of your loved one, we are happy to help organize their funeral in accordance with their religious customs. We are proud to be able draw on our wide network of priests, pandits, ministers, and other members of the clergy to ensure your loved one’s funeral reflect their religion’s traditions and customs. For more information on cultural funerals, click HERE.