Proposal To Revoke Licence: Barrie Cremation Centre
Revised Feb. 25, 2022 – Barrie Cremation Centre has withdrawn its appeal in regards to the revocation proposal of its licence. Its licence expires on Feb. 28, 2022, meaning they will no longer be conducting business.
The operator of this business will be sending written notification to purchasers of prepaid contracts. It will include information about your options of transferring to another licensed provider or obtaining a refund. If you do not receive the written notification within 30 days, please contact Inspector Kate Dafoe at email@example.com or 647-483-2645 (Toll free at +1 844-493-6356).
The Bereavement Authority of Ontario (BAO) has issued a proposal to revoke the transfer service operator licence of the Barrie Cremation Centre, 250 Bayview Drive.
The BAO has taken this action to protect grieving families, who are consumers of the bereavement sector.
The BAO’s proposal states that Barrie Cremation Centre:
- Failed to comply with conditions of licence;
- Failed to properly invest prepaid trust money; and
- Failed to have proper zoning at its location.
Barrie Cremation Centre has the right to appeal the proposal to the Licence Appeal Tribunal.
Bereavement Authority of Ontario