According to the Cremation Association of North America (CANA), about 39 percent of deaths in the U.
What does CANA stand for?
CANA stands for Cremation Association of North America
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We have 42 other meanings of CANA in our Acronym Attic
- Caribbean News Agency
- Centralized Ad-Hoc Network Architecture
- Centro Astronomico Neil Armstrong (Salerno, Italy)
- Christian Answers to New Age
- Cisco Active Network Abstraction
- Climate Action Network Australia
- Convalescent Antidote for Nerve Agent (US DoD)
- Convocation of Anglican Churches in North America
- Convocation of Anglicans in North America (Fairfax, Virginia)
- Convulsive Antidote, Nerve Agent (Diazepam)
- Customizable Auto-negotiation Advertisements
- Convulsive Antidote for Nerve Agent Autoinjector (song)
- Caribbean and North American Area Council
- Canadian Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
- Canadian National Air Canada (est. 1970)
- Clean Agent for Network Admissions Control (Cisco)
- Computer Assisted National Air Traffic Control Centre (Belgium)
- Cámara Nacional del Autotransporte de Carga (Mexico)
- Camara Nacional de la Industria de Transformacion (Spanish:National Chamber of Transformation Industries, Mexico)
- Caribbean North America Council for Mission
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According to the Cremation Association of North America, an industry trade group, 41 percent of the approximately 2.
The Cremation Association of North America predicts that number to rise to 44 percent -about 1.
The Cremation Association of North America lists Oregon's cremation rate for 2005 at 63 percent, behind only Washington and Hawaii, each with 64 percent.
``Increasingly, people are moving away from traditional services,'' she says, citing figures from the Cremation Association of North America.
The Cremation Association of North America recommends that states mandate inspections, a part of crematory regulation that the association has not previously proposed.
By 2010, the procedure may be part of 40 percent of funerals, according to the Cremation Association of North America.
7 percent or 3,885 cremations, according to statistics from the Cremation Association of North America.