Did you know? The Celebrant title isn't regulated in Canada? Anyone can hang out a shingle and call themselves a celebrant. Before engaging someone calling themselves a celebrant, ask where they trained, how much time they invest in their training. Ask if they are certified and bound by a code of ethics. If you're planning to have a celebrant conduct your marriage ceremony, make sure they're authorized by the provincial government in the province where your ceremony will be held.
Life-Cycle Celebrants research different cultures and beliefs, learning how to gracefully weave values and symbols into the ceremonies we create. Wemake ceremony personal and know how to determine what’s appropriate and what isn't for each client.
After graduating as highly-trained ceremony professionals, Life-Cycle Celebrants adhere to a strict code of ethics and a nondiscrimination policy. This makes us stand out from other officiants because of our training and commitment to handle your ceremony in a personal, inclusive, and respectful way. We're trained not just to listen, but to hear your story.