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* As of Sept. 22, 2021:  Funeral services (including visitations) are part of the Goverment

of Ontario's 'Vaccine Passport' requirement, If Held Indoors .

This includes Funeral Services at Funeral Home, Cemeteries and Crematoriums, If Held Indoors .

* From Sept. 22 to Oct. 12, 2021:
Funeral Guests may attend an Indoor Funeral, if they have Proof of a Negative COVID-19 Rapid Test,
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* After Oct. 12, 2021, all attendees must show proof of vaccination or written proof of a Medical
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There are no other exemptons for people attending funerals.

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* Children under the age of 12.

* These measures do not apply to outdoor funerals.

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WILSON, Merrilee   -  The Wilson and Robson families are sad to announce the passing of Merrilee after an illness on June 27, 2021, at the age of 76, surrounded by family.

She is survived by her son Kevin (Meghan), brother David (Carol), granddaughters Grace and Madeleine, nieces Becky (Chris), Kristin (Steve), Julie (Damian), and nephew Kent.

Merrilee spent most of her career in design, including at Webb Zerafa Menkes Housden, a passion that continued into her own firm for many years.

A graduate of OCAD, her design focus included many commercial and residential projects.

More recently, Merrilee enjoyed over 6 years living in her condo at 1830 Bloor Street West, in Toronto.

She grew to love spending time in High Park every morning and continued to enjoy times with the people she met in her building.

Her deep affection for the park was felt by her love of the view from her home, to the people that she met on her journeys through the park.

For those who wish, donations may be made to The High Park Nature Centre.

The family is planning a celebration of life later in the summer or early fall.