Making changes to your place of interment?
If you are making any changes to your place of interment, you must notify us in advance and submit all supporting documents.
Changing your business information or business model?
You must notify us before making any changes to your business, including changes in your business name, business model, partner or corporate officer, or if you are selling your business.
Expanding your place of interment?
To add an interment area or structure to an existing place of interment, you must provide a cover letter and include:
- a map that shows:
- proposed interment area in relation to other interment areas;
- dimensions of every lot, fence, walk, road, watercourse, or building in the place of interment;
- total interment lot area and land area; and
- descriptive names and numbers for each proposed interment area;
- detailed plan for the future care and maintenance of the place of interment and include:
- plans to fund the care and maintenance of the place of interment, and
- plans to keep monies for the care and maintenance separate from all other monies;
- aerial photo (internet accessible photos will be accepted);
- current copy of your bylaws;
- the type and dimensions of each interment lot (graves, niches, crypts, etc.);
- the number of interments for each lot;
- the type of Interment of each lot (human / cremated remains, etc.);
- price list for each type of interment;
- the amount of care fund contribution for each right of interment and/or memorial; and
- a current land title document showing ownership, parcel identifier number (PID) and cemetery notation (Certificate of Public Interest on title).
Want to temporarily lift a Land Title Office restriction?
You must notify us if you are transferring ownership or registering a charge against a place of interment.
Submit an application to temporarily lift a land title restriction.
Read the Cremation, Interment and Funeral Services Act, section 27