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  • Association québécoise pour le droit de mourir dans la dignité (AQDMD)
    Founded in 2007, the Quebec Association for the Right to Die with Dignity (AQDMD) is a voluntary civic association that benefits from medical and legal expertise on the question of medical assistance in dying (MAD) and which counts in its ranks of those concerned. It speaks in the name of a reality that it masters, in addition to being an essential player in information and the advancement of laws on the question of MAID. It shares its expertise with decision-makers and with all of society's information relays.
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  • Chambre des notaires du Québec
    Among the mass of available information that circulates, the notary is a key player in enabling the public to find their way around, to make better choices and to protect themselves. By contributing to the excellence of notarial practice, the Chamber pursues its mission of protecting the public.

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  • Coopérative funéraire du Grand Montréal
    The Greater Montreal Funeral Cooperative is the result of the union of the Montreal South Shore Funeral Cooperative, the Laval Funeral Cooperative and the Montreal Island Funeral Cooperative. Its history dates back to the 1970s. It is distinguished by its human and professional approach.
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  • Éducaloi - Que faire après le décès d’un proche?
    Although it can sometimes be predicted, the death of a loved one is often sudden. In addition to mourning, it is then necessary to organize the funeral, pay the expenses, but also recover documents, check if there is a will and many other procedures. Where to start? 

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  • Gouvernement fédéral (Aviser le gouvernement fédéral d’un décès)
    We know it is difficult to act as a representative of a deceased person. This page aims to facilitate this procedure. NOTYou may need to notify several federal programs, departments or agencies, depending on the deceased person's situation and place of residence. Prompt reporting of a claimant's death to the federal government is essential to avoid benefit overpayments. Do it within 2 weeks of the death.
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  • Gouvernement provincial (Que faire lors d'un décès)
    The death of a loved one is a difficult ordeal to go through, which requires you to take several steps. This guide presents an overview of the steps to take following a death. Any death that occurs in Quebec must be declared to the Registrar of Civil Status. The latter draws up the act of death and registers the death in the Québec register of civil status.
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  • Havre des Mémoires (project under development sponsored by the TCRAV)
    Will be a place for commemoration of the victims of COVID-19 and a place of contemplation for Verdun seniors and their loved ones who have suffered from the pandemic.
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  • Lieu de mémoire (en hommage aux personnes décédées de la

    On September 30, 2022, the inauguration of the Place of memory in tribute to those who died of COVID-19 took place at Ignace-Bourget Park, on the side of Newman Boulevard, opposite the Yvon-Brunet residential center. The Borough of Sud-Ouest is proud to have supported the initiative and to have accompanied the Seniors' committee of Concertation Ville-Émard/Côte-St-Paul in carrying out the project.
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  • Maison Monbourguette (Ressources-Deuil-Montréal et ses environs)
    If you need help following the loss of a loved one, here are various help and support resources that are available in the greater Montreal area (including south shore and north shore).
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  • Ordre des psychologues du Québec
    Advice for bereaved people in the context of a pandemic and confinement.
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  • Services d'écoute
    Links to various hotlines that offer free, confidential hotline services. Anyone feeling the need to confide or experiencing psychological distress will find an attentive ear.
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  • Suicide Action Montréal (SAM)
    We offer 5 specific services according to the target clienteles. These services allow us to update our mission, our values and our commitments and are intended for: ●suicidal people ●relatives of a suicidal person ●people bereaved by suicide ●organizations affected by suicide (postvention) ●interveners and organizations.
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