The following websites offer information on home-based after-death care, planning home funerals, and arranging for transport of the body to and from hospital/home/crematorium:
 
a.
Crossings: Caring for our Own at Death--www.crossings.net
    which itself contains more links
b)
Natural Transitions--http://www.naturaltransitions.org/
c) Final Passages--http://www.finalpassages.org/
d)
Undertaken with Love--http://undertakenwithlove.org/
 
From: p.156:
Dying with Confidence, Anyen Rinpoche,* Wisdon Publications, Somerville, MA, 2010.

www.dyingwithdignity.ca

see advance care planning details below

Ontario
A copy of the Ontario ACP can be found here. Please read the following letter for detailed instructions on how to get the most out of your ACP.
In a world of uncertainty, asking yourself two key questions now can deliver a measure of confident assurance for later on:
1) If you suddenly became unable to speak for yourself, can you be sure you’d get the medical care you want?
2) Have you decided on the type of care you’d like in various situations?  Most importantly, have you discussed your wishes with a Health Care Proxy – someone whom you trust to carry out your wishes if you are unable to speak for yourself?
To create more certainty around these issues, Dying With Dignity has revamped our Advance Care Planning Resource Kit. Please try to schedule a time to work through it soon.  
This is likely the single most important step you can make to ensure you have the medical care you want and the end-of-life treatment you deserve.
Express Yourself
Your Advance Care Planning Resource Kit is, essentially, your voice should you be unable to speak for yourself.  It confirms the type of care you want will be administered.  And it eases the path to the journey you desire for the next stage of your life.  In the event of a medical crisis, it will help those responsible for your care know they are making the right decisions – your decisions – on your behalf.
In Ontario, an Advance Care Plan is comprised of two documents:
 
1) Advance Care Directive – this is the document in which you state your wishes for treatment, or non-treatment, under specifically named circumstances in which you are unable to speak for yourself.
 
2) Power of Attorney for Personal Care – this is the document in which you appoint a Substitute Decision Maker, giving that person authority to make your wishes known, if you cannot speak for yourself.
 
Many people in Ontario at end of life choose not to be resuscitated. Our Advance Care Planning Kit includes a sample Do Not Resuscitate Confirmation Form and information about how to have it completed.
 
You will find a summary on page 17 showing the key differences between these two documents.
Options. Choices. Decisions.
We recognize how challenging it can be to make final decisions of this nature.  So your Advance Care Planning Resource Kit contains all the information you need to help you make the selections that are right for you.  We have included forms to assist you and will walk you through the whole process step by step. 
And don’t worry if you are unsure of the meanings of medical terms: they are all clarified for you in Appendix I. You may also find it helpful to read over the frequently asked questions in Appendix III.
Best wishes with completing your Advance Care Planning documentation,
Wanda Morris Executive Director