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St John's Dixie Cemetery & Crematorium
Toronto

The central service funeral hall at 737 Dundas Street East.   A beautiful and spacious interior.  An equally spacious reception hall is located on the lower level.

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Uploaded: 16/09/2010
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Tags: chapel; funeral home; church; crematorium; reception hall
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