CONDUCT AT THE CEMETERIES
Any individual or production company that wants to film or take photographs at our cemeteries is required to obtain prior authorization from Toronto Hebrew Memorial Parks. To obtain authorization, send a written request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rules such as those relating to conduct must be adhered to by those seeking to film or photograph at our cemeteries.
Information to include with the request
The following information and documents are required: Name of the production company and the name of the authorized representative.
Details about the shoot:
Production title; Production type; Shoot timetable and schedule; Number of people involved (including actors, extras and film crew members); Detailed synopsis of the scenes involved; Description of the equipment that will be installed (lighting, noisy equipment, set decorations, etc.).
Proof of civil liability insurance (minimum $1,000,000). This policy must include a co-insurance clause for Toronto Hebrew Memorial Parks that is valid for the duration of the shoot.
WORK AT THE CEMETERIES
A DEATH HAS OCCURRED
MONUMENTS AND MONUMENT UNVEILINGS
HOURS, CLOSURES, RULES AND FIND A GRAVE
November through March, Sun. to Thurs. 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Fri. 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Entry to the cemeteries will not be permitted 15 minutes prior to the closing times noted above.
The cemeteries are closed on: the Sabbath, two days of Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, the first two days and last two days of Passover, the two days of Shavuot, the first two days of Succot, and on Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah. If the need arises on December 25th, and it is not the Sabbath, the Cemeteries will open for limited hours, and only for the purpose of interments.