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Canada’s Bill C14: Who Really Has the Right to Die?

Euthanasia and physician-assisted death, for those suffering from disease or illness is a subject that have been the centre of an ongoing debate for the past quarter-century in Canada. In the hospitals, medical schools, court rooms, and homes of this country; people have been asking if we have the right to ask for help in ending

Morbid Cabinet of Curiosities

Building Your Own Morbid Cabinet of Curiosities

Interested in building your own Morbid Cabinet of Curiosities? We have displayed some of the most morbid of memorabilia, essential to your collection!

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But WHY Can’t I Have a Tibetan Sky Burial?

One of the most common questions that I hear about the law of human remains is whether a person can choose a method of disposition other than burial or cremation in the United States.

#TalkDeath Episode 5: Who Own Your Body?

We are excited to announce the 5th edition of our #TalkDeath series, Who Owns Your Body: Funeral Law & Rights, USA Edition.  Funeral law specialist Tanya Marsh and chair of the National Home Funeral Alliance, Lee Webster, will be speaking with Qeepr LIVE on July 7th @ 3:30pm EST on YouTube. Our experts will answer any questions you might have

Amazing Animal Death Rituals

If you’ve ever lost someone close to you, then you know how difficult and absolutely heartbreaking it can be. Human beings have developed and maintained countless rituals and practices to help us cope with feelings of loss and grief. Funerals, memorial services, wakes… the list goes on and on. However, it might be a surprise

Eco-Burials and Human Composting

Eco Burial and Human Composting: TalkDeath Webseries

We talk to Katrina Spade and Joe Sehee about eco burials, human composing, corpse pods and the environmental impact of conventional funerals.

How to Make an Online Memorial

Why Memorialize? When those we love pass away, it can leave us feeling overwhelmed. We may ask ourselves, why and what now? With these questions comes the need to remember and properly memorialize the deceased. The truth is that the process of grieving is never perfectly timed and is never the same for everyone. Some will want to

The Future Cemetery: Rethinking Cemetery Spaces

With the rise of the digital age, and the changing landscape of our global environment, the ways that cemeteries are organized and envisioned have to meet the needs of today. As new and different methods of burial are becoming popularized, so too are new and innovative ways to create burial spaces. This endeavour is well represented by