CANA’s Cremation Statistics Report Shows Continued Growth

The Cremation Association of North America continues its commitment to providing accurate and comprehensive cremation statistics to the death-care industry and consumers. With over 25 years of data collection from state and provincial vital statistics departments, CANA's cremation statistics are widely regarded as the most reliable and current in the…

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Registration for CANA Cremation Specialist Training Is Now Open

Registration is now open for the Cremation Specialist training program offered exclusively by the Cremation Association of North America. The training covers a range of topics that impact today’s business and grieving families. In addition to Federal Trade Commission compliance, engaging phone shoppers, and discussion of embalming preferences, other topics…

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CANA Celebrates the Success of Future of Death-Care Forum

The Wake Forest Law Review 2024 Spring Symposium hosted panels and presentations to discuss The Future of Death Care in America on Friday, March 1, 2024. Livestreamed from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the symposium brought together leaders in the death-care industry, academics and influential reformers to discuss key issues facing the…

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Virtual Forum to Explore the Future of Death Care in America

The Wake Forest Law Review 2024 Spring Symposium will host panels and presentations to discuss The Future of Death Care in America on Friday, March 1, 2024, livestreamed from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The symposium will bring together leaders in the death-care industry, academics and influential reformers to discuss key issues…

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