At BFO-Toronto, you will find respectful listening and a non-judgmental environment, where you are given time and space to discover your own special way of understanding or living with the death of your loved one.  We are a community who has the courage to share and bear witness to the pain of our tragedies and be a beacon of hope for the future.  

We travel the road together. We can help the healing begin. 

Our support programs are free and supported by our generous donors.



  • From SARS to Scars  By Grace Laroza, BFO-Toronto member It’s been 12 years since I lost my Mother to SARS in 2003. My Mother, Nelia Laroza, was the first nurse to die ...
    Posted Jan 27, 2016, 11:02 AM by BFOToronto
  • Email problems We have been experiencing problems with our email since last Friday. We are working with our provider to get the problem solved and apologize for the inconvenience. Should you require ...
    Posted Jan 20, 2016, 1:16 PM by BFOToronto
  • Journeys Newsletter December 2015 Current Issue - December 2015About the Journeys NewsletterBFO-Toronto’s Journey’s Newsletter is provided electronically to individuals through their e-mail. If you would like to sign up ...
    Posted Dec 17, 2015, 7:17 AM by BFOToronto
  • Coping with the Holidays Holidays can be especially difficult for those of us who are bereaved. We hope these articles will help you cope. If you are feeling especially suicdial or depressed it is ...
    Posted Dec 15, 2015, 12:51 PM by BFOToronto
  • Trees of Light Date:             Thursday, December 3, 2015Time:             Ceremony starts at 7:00pmLocation:        Toronto City HallOn Thursday, December 3th, BFO-Toronto is holding our 23nd annual Trees of Light ceremony ...
    Posted Nov 27, 2015, 8:42 AM by BFOToronto
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