To The Communities We Serve

As we all find ourselves thrust into these unprecedented times, we want to take this opportunity to share with each of you the actions that have been taken by our funeral homes and team to keep all of us as safe as possible. At the Barclay Funeral Homes we strongly believe that families be given the opportunity to celebrate and memorialize their loved ones and we feel that the steps taken by our funeral homes allow these ceremonies to take place while at the same time protect our communities and team.

Let me assure you however, that our team is here to help and will assist all who require our services.

The following actions may be altered as Regulations change or more information becomes available. We will continue to monitor developments closely and improve our processes as quickly as we can.

Effective June 23, 2020:

*  We ask that if you have been out of country for any reason in the previous 15 days that you do not enter the funeral home for a period of 14 days upon    your entry.

*  Going forward, we have implemented the 30 percent capacity set out by our governing body (Bereavement Authority of Ontario) for services to take place in the funeral home facilities or at another facility of your choosing, with outdoor services 100 people are allowed to be in attendance with social distancing taking place. 

* In keeping with the 30 percent capacity, our Chapel can accommodate 68 attendees. 

* As directed by the Registrar of the Bereavement Authority of Ontario, the wearing of masks or face coverings by everyone is mandatory. This includes all staff and attendees, at a service or visitation within the funeral home. 

* We ask that one or two decision makers only attend for funeral arrangement conferences or these meetings take place by phone, email, zoom or FaceTime.

* If you are in attendance at the funeral home, please use the hand sanitizer that has been provided for you and please express your                condolences without physical contact.

* Please feel free to visit our website to leave condolences for a family

* We are currently able to record the Private Service and provide copies for those unable to attend.

* We are frequently cleaning and sanitizing all surfaces of the funeral homes to provide another level of Safety.

We thank everyone for their understanding at this time. Together, as family and friends, we can only combat the COVID-19 Virus, but we can also allow families to say goodbye to their loved ones with dignity and respect.

Please take care,

Todd Barclay, Bill Barclay and Team

Welcome To Barclay Funeral Home Ltd.
Serving Brockville, Lansdowne and the Communities of Leeds and Grenville

At the Barclay Funeral Home, we want to provide you with information about our services and facilities so that you have a complete understanding as to what we can offer you. Whether you are considering an earth burial or cremation, a traditional funeral ceremony or memorial service, there are many options available. Our funeral directors are dedicated, compassionate and understanding. We are committed to serving each family individually and to providing the services to acknowledge the life of a loved one.

The Barclay Funeral Home in Brockville & Lansdowne are family owned, locally operated, Canadian Funeral Homes. When it comes time to plan funeral services, whether in advance of need or at the time of death in your family, with our guidance and expertise, we can develop an appropriate arrangements to follow your wishes.

Please feel free to browse our pages to learn more about pre-planning a funeral and about grief support, as well as the traditional funeral and cremation services that we offer. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us any time. Drop by the office as needed, or contact us via phone or e-mail. We are always here for you. 

Furthermore, we understand that it is not always possible to attend a service or a visitation in person. In light of this, we've created beautiful interactive online tributes to memorialize your love one. Leave a condolence, share a memory, post a photo, light a candle, and more!