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BAO Launches New Magazine

The Bereavement Authority of Ontario (BAO) has launched its consumer protection magazine providing valuable information to grieving families.The all-digital, quarterly magazine is called Beyond.
 
Carey Smith, CEO/Registrar of the BAO, sums up the purpose of the magazine to readers in his introductory column. “This is a space for useful advice, information, and stories about how the actions of the Bereavement Authority of Ontario protect and educate you in times of grief. After all, we’re here for you.”
 
Among the articles in the June issue are:

  • Respecting and remembering Canada’s first Black cemeteries
  • What is a green burial?
  • How the BAO protects consumers’ money and interests

 
Click here to read Beyond.
 
A subscription button is provided within its pages. The magazine is offered free of charge.
 
The BAO is pleased that Beyond magazine’s first issue has also been included in its entirety in the newest issue of The Registrar magazine, Canada’s consumer protection publication. Click here to read The Registrar.

Restmount Cemetery is licensed by the Bereavement Authority of Ontario.

The Bereavement Authority of Ontario (BAO) is a government delegated authority administering provisions of the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Services Act, 2002, on behalf of the Ministry of Government and Consumer Services. Responsible for protection of the public interest, the BAO regulates and supports: licensed funeral establishment operators, directors and preplanners; cemetery, crematorium and alternative disposition operators; transfer service operators; and bereavement sector sales representatives across Ontario. The BAO is wholly funded by licensee fees. 

See BAO's Consumer Information Guide here.

 

Restmount Temple Israel Cemetery Corporation - Religious - not for profit

525 OXFORD STREET WEST
LONDON, ON
Canada

Licensed Operator

License Number CM-02325

Restmount Cemetery Brochure


Entrance gate to the Restmount Cemetery

Restmount Cemetery is located on Oxford Street West, east of Wonderland Road – adjacent to Or Shalom Cemetery. It was established in 1933 by a group of London families who wanted an alternative Jewish burial site not bound by traditional Jewish rituals.

In order to maintain continuity, the Restmount Corporation board approached Temple Israel to form a joint committee. Restmount Cemetery was officially renamed Restmount Temple Israel Cemetery Corporation, with a new board consisting of representatives of Temple Israel members and members who are lineal descendants of the founding families.

For more information about Restmount Cemetery, please contact the office at office@templeisraellondon.ca

To read the Restmount Temple Israel Cemetery by-laws, click here.

Thu, 21 October 2021 15 Cheshvan 5782