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Laval Funeral Insurance Overview

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A lot of skills and prior experiences are required in planning and organizing a funeral. A funeral is a celebration of a person’s life and it ought to be properly planned and well organized. You can hire an accredited funeral director in Laval to plan your funeral or that of your loved ones and make it less burdensome to you.

A funeral director will render several services to you and each of the services is targeted at the best outcome in your funeral. The funeral director will provide relevant assistance of various forms to you in order to ensure that the desires of the deceased and those of his loved ones are met.

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Laval Funeral Bonds

Most Canadians usually don’t have enough funds to pay for their funeral and that of their loved ones but a funeral bond could just be what you need to make your funeral successful. A funeral bond is a reliable investment or money set aside to cater for the cost of your eventual funeral in Laval.

Funeral bonds are flexible, portable and reliable. They are backed by capital guarantees and also not tied to your specific location in Laval. However, the money you invested in a funeral bond can only be paid out when you die and it must be used for the purpose of the funeral. Contact your funeral director in Laval to get more information about a funeral bond.

The funeral bond in Laval has the following benefits:

  • The amount you earn from the funeral bond will not affect your position on personal income tax in the city.
  • There is no entry or exit fee in a funeral bond.

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Laval Obituary and Mortality Rate

According to data from Institut de la statistique of Quebec, the death rate in Laval has increased almost strictly since 1991 from 5.6 in 1991 to 7.3 in 2017. The data also shows that Laval has a lower death rate when compared to the Quebec average for the entire years considered. The death rate for the entire Quebec increased from 7.0 in 1991 to 7.9 in 2017.

When someone dies in Laval, it is customary to announce the death in an official way. This is known as an obituary. An obituary is a way to inform the world about the death of a person and also tell about his good deeds while alive.

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Laval Funeral Homes Listings

  • Funerary Complexes Yves Légaré - 1350 Autoroute 13, Laval, QC H7X 3W9 - (514) 595-1500
  • Magnus Poirier - 222 Boulevard des Laurentides, Laval, QC H7G 2T6 - (514) 727-2847
  • Urgel Bourgie complexes funéraires & cimetières - 167 Boulevard Sainte-Rose, Laval, QC H7L 1L2 - (514) 735-2025
  • Cimetière Jardin Urgel Bourgie Athos - 2500 Avenue des Perron, Laval, QC H7J 1G5 - (514) 735-2025
  • Urgel Bourgie - 3517 Boulevard Lévesque O, Laval, QC H7V 1E9 - (514) 735-2025
  • Résidence funéraire Laval (Coopérative funéraire du Grand Montréal) - 2000 Rue Cunard, Laval, QC H7S 2G5 - (450) 934-9808
  • Alfred Dallaire Memoria - 2159 Boul Saint-Martin Est, Laval, QC H7E 4X6 - (514) 277-7778
  • Les Résidences Funéraires Goyer (Fabreville) - 3495 Boulevard Dagenais O, Laval, QC H7P 4V9 - (450) 473-5934
  • Les Salons Funeraires Guay Inc. - 7020 Boulevard des Mille-Îles, Laval, QC H7A 4B3 - (514) 871-2020
  • Services Funeraires Lacroix - 1735 Boulevard des Laurentides, Laval, QC H7M 2P5 - (514) 381-6664

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Laval Funeral Insurance News

Hamza Cemetery in Laval is like most other cemeteries. It has a section with smaller headstones and graves carved out for people who died before they were born. The tombs of Shafia sisters lie side by side.

Ali Altaie, the director general of Azzahra foundation which manages the cemetery said that Muslims die just like other Québécois.

There are only two Muslim-run cemeteries in Quebec, Hamza is one of them. In these cemeteries, the dead are buried in line with Muslim tradition. They are washed, wrapped in cloth and buried facing Mecca. Most importantly, they are buried as soon as possible after death.

Altaie hopes that the peaceful co-existence (Vivre Ensemble) promoted in Quebec will be followed by the Quebec cemeteries (mourir ensemble). Altaie said we don’t have to give up our faith, history, and tradition to live peacefully together. He added that everyone has a choice to choose the way he wants to live and the way he wants to be buried but we all can live together and help the society together.

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