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Whom will your family turn to when you die?

Active Adult Summer, 2004 It’s a little known fact: the third most expensive purchase most Canadians will make, after their houses and their cars, is their funeral. The average cost of a funeral, plus cremation or burial, is estimated to be between $5,000 and...

You want an urn with that?

THE WEEK February 13, 2004 With 5,000 Americans dying every day without professional funeral planning, the industry has unlimited growth potential, said Robert Powell in CBSmarketwatch.com. The new Everest Funeral Package provides a “qualified death-planning expert,”...

Planning for future peace of mind

Toronto Star July 03, 2003 More and more, global events are reshaping people’s lives and priorities. Greater emphasis is being placed on home, on family and on those things in our lives over which we do have some control. The average lifespan at the turn of the...