Online Death Cafe Halifax NS. AST

Hosted by Dawn Carson

An Online Death Cafe

Virtual address:

St. Andrew's Church

6036 Coburg Rd


Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

B3H 1Y9


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About this Death Cafe

The Halifax Death Café is will be held on the Zoom platform for the foreseeable future.

Join us at a Death Café the first Thursday of every month from noon until 1:30 pm…..

Death Café is a monthly community gathering where people come together to talk, ask questions, and learn all manner of fascinating things about the D word.

Expect to laugh a little, and leave with one thing you never knew before. 


  • It is an open, unstructured, respectful space free of discrimination where we can express our views and bring our questions safely.
  • It is not designed to lead anyone to conclusions about life, death, or life after death, and it is not a place to market information, products or services.
  • Those needing bereavement support or grief counselling will be helped to find appropriate support and resources.
  • It is always held on a not-for-profit basis and includes food or drink, whether brought or bought.
  • People are free to come and go, to talk or not talk as they feel in that moment. Be curious! Enjoy!

About Dawn Carson

Dawn Carson is a successful business owner, Death Doula, Community Deathcaring Educator, Funeral Coordinator,  Advance Planning Consultant, Chair – Green Burial Nova Scotia, Meditation Instructor,  Non-Violent Communication Facilitator, Certified Yoga Instructor & a consultant on menopause transition . Combining a mix of pragmatic planning and compassionate communication, she provides education and tools to help make your end of life choices. Serving as host of Death Café & Final Curtain Films and as consultant for Death Matters, Dawn is dedicated to creating a culture of openness around living and dying well.  Making a plan will help you feel confident in communicating your vision for a good death, no matter where you are in the process right now. Ask yourself “What must I do to be at peace with myself so that I may live presently and die peacefully?”

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Aug. 6, 2020

Start time:

12:00 a.m. (Atlantic Standard Time)

End time:

1:30 p.m. (Atlantic Standard Time)