The Toronto Death Society is a registered non-profit organization who's purpose is to provide educational services, resources, as well as events and gatherings in areas of death-care, dying, grief and bereavement. The Toronto Death Society offers both in-person and online support via classes, trainings, workshops, seminars and public events to those interested in learning more about end of life care practices, philosophies, religious & spiritual traditions, teachings, ways of caring for our dying, dead and bereaved. The Toronto Death Society also provides volunteer and affordable services in end of life care and bereavement for marginalized communities.

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the Institute of Traditional Medicine  

has earned a reputation as one of Canada's leading education pioneers for offering the most innovated programs in Human Potential & Growth and Professional Development in the fields of Integrative Health & Wellness for over a decade. ITM has hosted hundreds of local and international visionaries, scholars, traditional healers, authors and filmmakers and has developed world-renowned programs including Canada's first Contemplative End of Life Care Program. As a leader in the human potential movement, ITM has developed a membership fol lowing of over 40,000 community members.

Non-profit organization dedicated to education, advocacy & Services for living & dying well

Toronto Death Society 


The Contemplative End of Life Care Program

was developed as part of a larger efforts to improve end of life care in Canada and beyond. Over the years, this initiative has brought remarkable teachers and teachings to ITM (First Nations, Buddhist, Hindu, Physicians, Authors, Therapists), representing diverse perspectives and insights into care of the dying. We are committed to our role as a leader in a revolutionary development of human awareness that is transforming how we live, die and relate to others. 

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Nishinaabe cultural grief and its manifestations are another story. our story wll tell of the spirit, spirts, and the spiritual. Kenn Pitawanakwat