שָׁלוֹם and welcome to our website.
Toronto Hebrew Memorial Parks is unique in its origins as a community-owned organization. It exists to serve the Jewish Community of Greater Toronto by fulfilling obligations of establishing and maintaining cemeteries through the provision of professional administration and ongoing supervision, while showing respect for the Community’s beliefs and practices.
As our founder Sidney Freedman noted in a speech at the opening of Pardes Shalom Cemetery’s front gates:
“It is here that the recently departed seem to linger a while. It is here that we can still come to grieve, to take inspiration, to assert ourselves, to ask to be forgiven, to right old wrongs, and to talk to stones that mark a very special place.”
To view our Price List, please click on Price List effective July 1, 2014
To read the rules which govern our cemeteries please click on Rules approved by Registrar, effective August 20, 2012
For information on scheduling a monument unveiling, or to learn about the closures of our Cemeteries and Administrative Office due to Jewish Holy Days in 2014, please click on the ‘News & Events’ tab.
Entry into our cemeteries will not be permitted 15 minutes prior to the closing times noted:
April through October – Sunday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
November through March – Sunday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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Pardes Shalom Cemetery is located at 10953 Dufferin Street in Vaughan, Ontario. It is 1.5 miles north of Major Mackenzie Drive.
Telephone number: 905.832.2549
Fax number: 905.832.6341
Contact: Jim Emery
We want to ensure that the unveiling of the monument of your loved one is meaningful to you, your family and your friends. Therefore, we ask that you please contact our office to advise us of the proposed date and time of the unveiling. Our staff can advise you if the proposed date is expected to be busy […]Read more
The Cemeteries and the Administrative Office will be closed on the following dates in 2014 for Jewish Holy Days: Tuesday, April 15 (Passover) Wednesday, April 16 (Passover) Monday, April 21 (Passover) Tuesday, April 22 (Passover) Wednesday, June 4 (Shavuot) Thursday, June 5 (Shavuot) Thursday, September 25 (Rosh Hashanah) Friday, September 26 (Rosh Hashanah) Thursday, October 9 (Sukkot) Friday, October 10 (Sukkot) […]Read more