Welcome to Northview Funeral Chapel

Thank you for visiting our website, we hope that you will find it to be helpful and informative.  Northview Funeral Chapel & Cremation Centre provides cremation, burial, funeral and memorial services.  Services may be arranged when a death occurs or they may be planned in advance.  The funeral home houses a spacious chapel, multiple visitation suites and an on-site facility for hosting receptions.

For those unable to attend a service or visitation you may leave a condolence, share a memory, make a memorial donation, view a live- streaming of a memorial service or
order a floral tribute through the site.  

We welcome you to contact us at any time; drop by our funeral home, call or send an email. 

We are always here to help.  

Northview Funeral Chapel & COVID-19 - Updated

The health, safety and well being of our families, guests and staff is our top priority. As concerns over COVID-19 continue in our region we are committed and prepared to safely care for the families we serve during this COVID-19 pandemic. We have instituted additional hand sanitizer stations and additional cleaning regimens, as suggested by Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, the Middlesex-London Health Unit and the Bereavement Authority of Ontario.

As the COVID-19 situation is evolving, we recognize the importance of acknowledging a life lived and will continue to offer the emotional support provided by visitation, funeral and memorial services at Northview Funeral Chapel. In doing so, we must adhere to all recommended health and safety procedures and comply with the most recent directive of limiting visitations and services.  As of Friday, June 11, 2021, under the provincial reopening guidelines of Step 1, attendance at all funeral and cemetery services will be restricted to an indoor 15% capacity of the room to a maximum of 50 persons in the entire facility. Outdoor gatherings are permitted to a maximum of 50 persons capacity to permit physical distancing of 2 metres. 

To better ensure reduced transmission to others, we are encouraging families that have suffered a loss to consider holding a small private service in our chapel or to consider the postponement of services until such time as these restrictions have eased. We do have the capability to live stream and record services for those unable to attend. We will endeavour to arrange these services by telephone, zoom meeting and electronic transmission of documents whenever possible.

It is mandatory for all staff and attendees to wear face masks/coverings for visitations and funerals. Further details on the directive can be found at https://thebao.ca/masks-and-face-coverings-mandatory-at-indoor-funerals-and-visitations/.  

According to the Public Health Agency of Canada there is currently no known risk associated with being in the same room at a visitation or funeral service with the body of someone who died of COVID-19.

We are also asking visitors to please not come through our doors if they are feeling unwell or have traveled out of the country in the last 14 days.

As this remains an evolving situation, there may be changes to our policies and services. Please feel free to contact us by phone 519-457-1397 or to check back regularly to our website for further updates.