Planning

What to do in the event of death

The guide What to Do in the Event of Death [https://www.quebec.ca/en/government/services-quebec/death/], published by the Government of Quebec, outlines the various steps to take following the death of a loved one. Service Canada's After a Death web page  [https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/benefits/family/death.html] is also very informative.

However, some aspects do not apply to the deceased's situation. In case of doubt, don't hesitate to ask us for advice [lien vers page de contact].

Other useful links

Public Curator of Quebec www.curateur.gouv.qc.ca

Directorate of Civil Status   www.etatcivil.gouv.qc.ca

Ministère du Revenu du Québec www.revenuquebec.ca

Canada Revenue Agency  www.canada.ca/fr/agence-revenu.html

Coroner's office     www.coroner.gouv.qc.ca

Consumer protection office  www.opc.gouv.qc.ca

Office des personnes handicapées du Québec  www.ophq.gouv.qc.ca  

The guide What to Do in the Event of Death [https://www.quebec.ca/en/government/services-quebec/death/], published by the Government of Quebec, outlines the various steps to take following the death of a loved one. Service Canada's After a Death web page  [https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/benefits/family/death.html] is also very informative.

However, some aspects do not apply to the deceased's situation. In case of doubt, don't hesitate to ask us for advice [lien vers page de contact].

Other useful links

Public Curator of Quebec www.curateur.gouv.qc.ca

Directorate of Civil Status   www.etatcivil.gouv.qc.ca

Ministère du Revenu du Québec www.revenuquebec.ca

Canada Revenue Agency  www.canada.ca/fr/agence-revenu.html

Coroner's office     www.coroner.gouv.qc.ca

Consumer protection office  www.opc.gouv.qc.ca

Office des personnes handicapées du Québec  www.ophq.gouv.qc.ca  

What to do in the event of death?

What to do in the event of death?

You can count on us

The death of a loved one is a distressing event that stirs up many emotions. You can count on the professionals at the Æterna Funeral Complex to support you through all the stages of funeral planning.

To make your life easier, just follow these three steps and we'll take care of the rest.

1.  Contact the Æterna Funeral Complex at 514-228-1888 to schedule a meeting with a counsellor.

2. Inform the hospital, residence or care centre that you have placed the deceased in the hands of the Æterna Funeral Complex.

3.  Fill out the following form and send it to your advisor by clicking on "Submit".

Information about the deceased person
Email address(es) of other family member(s) who wish to be informed of the progress of the preparations relating to the person's death. (Separate the addresses with a comma if more than one.)
Spouse’s information

Information about the decision-maker

Information about the payer

 

The death of a loved one is a distressing event that stirs up many emotions. You can count on the professionals at the Æterna Funeral Complex to support you through all the stages of funeral planning.

To make your life easier, just follow these three steps and we'll take care of the rest.

1.  Contact the Æterna Funeral Complex at 514-228-1888 to schedule a meeting with a counsellor.

2. Inform the hospital, residence or care centre that you have placed the deceased in the hands of the Æterna Funeral Complex.

3.  Fill out the following form and send it to your advisor by clicking on "Submit".

Information about the deceased person
Email address(es) of other family member(s) who wish to be informed of the progress of the preparations relating to the person's death. (Separate the addresses with a comma if more than one.)
Spouse’s information

Information about the decision-maker

Information about the payer

 

During your meeting

During your meeting

Documents to bring with you

In order for us to take the various steps related to the death of your loved one, here is a checklist of the documents to bring to the meeting with your advisor:

  • The social insurance number of the deceased and the surviving spouse
  • The deceased's health insurance number
  • A few pictures of the deceased person
  • A list of the relatives and close friends to whom you would like to send the obituary (optional)
  • The deceased's clothing, including underwear and stockings
  • The deceased's dentures, if any, glasses, jewellery, make-up and other objects (optional)

In order for us to take the various steps related to the death of your loved one, here is a checklist of the documents to bring to the meeting with your advisor:

  • The social insurance number of the deceased and the surviving spouse
  • The deceased's health insurance number
  • A few pictures of the deceased person
  • A list of the relatives and close friends to whom you would like to send the obituary (optional)
  • The deceased's clothing, including underwear and stockings
  • The deceased's dentures, if any, glasses, jewellery, make-up and other objects (optional)

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