Horizon, a funeral home in Toronto, will close its two Toronto locations on Dec. 19, 2018.
Horizon, which opened in 2012, was a leading provider of funeral homes in Ontario, and was a member of the Ontario Caring Corporation.
The funeral home was a popular destination for people who had experienced loss and in recent years, was the home of the former leader of the Liberal Party, Justin Trudeau.
At the time of its closure, the company was listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange as a public company.
“Horizon is a family-owned, family-run business with a passionate and caring workforce,” Horizon’s CEO, Jim McManus, said in a statement.
A statement from the company said Horizon will provide “the best care for the families who call Horizon each and every day.” “
Our team is working hard to find new ways to provide care for our patients and will continue to support them through this difficult time.”
A statement from the company said Horizon will provide “the best care for the families who call Horizon each and every day.”
In an interview with CBC News on Tuesday, McManu said Horizon was no longer a profitable business and the family was going through difficult times.
“I’m really disappointed in the company,” he said.
Horizon, located in Toronto’s West End, was known for its quality and care, but the company has since been forced to change its practices in the wake of the Liberals election loss. “
But that’s not why I’m sad, because I love Horizon, the people at Horizon, and I think they’re going to be better off.”
Horizon, located in Toronto’s West End, was known for its quality and care, but the company has since been forced to change its practices in the wake of the Liberals election loss.
The company is now selling off its business to a new company, Horizon Global.
In a statement, McConaughey said the company’s “most important mission is to provide quality, compassionate and affordable care for Canadians who need it most.”
The announcement came as Toronto’s former mayor, Rob Ford, and the former premier, Mike Harris, both called on the government to reopen the hospital.
Ford said Monday he would be holding a news conference on the closure.
“Let’s be clear: We are not shutting down,” he told reporters in Toronto.
“What we’re going through is a tragedy for all of us.”
In the statement, Horizon’s McManuses said the closure was a “huge setback” for his company and he would “work to improve our care” and that it would continue to provide “high-quality care for patients at the highest level.”
“I’ve been here for 16 years, and this is a real loss for me,” McManuss said.
He added that the closure would have “a profound impact” on the family.
Horizon will be taking over the funeral home business from the current owner, a private company.
The funeral home has been a popular location for families in Toronto since it opened in 1996.
It opened a new location in 2018, but has since closed two other locations.
Horizon has a large staff, including many former police officers and firefighters, and also a number of doctors and nurses.
It has been the subject of a number on-going investigations.
Toronto Mayor John Tory said in an interview on CBC’s Metro Morning that he was “shocked” by the news and that the city was “deeply saddened.”
“This is a very sad and a very tragic news for all Toronto residents, and we are praying for the family of the family that is in a lot of pain, but that they get the help they need,” he added.
Trudeau said in his statement that he has “great confidence” that “the Canadian government will bring this terrible tragedy to an end.”
The closure of Horizon comes after a series of closures in the last year, including a fire at a Toronto nursing home that killed a man and left many others with permanent disabilities.
In 2018, Horizon closed its only Toronto location and began its search for a new home in the GTA, where it has been struggling to attract new customers.
Earlier this year, Horizon opened a Toronto branch of a Florida-based company, but it has since stopped operations.
It has since reopened a Toronto location, but only for those who are registered with the company and whose home is located within 100 kilometres of Toronto.
While the closure of the Toronto branch was announced on Monday, McShane confirmed the Toronto facility is no more.
“Horizon Toronto will be closing in the coming days and will remain closed until we are able to find a new provider,” McShanes said.
This story has been corrected to include that Horizon was an Ontario-based funeral home.