CANA

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CANAConvocation of Anglicans in North America (Fairfax, Virginia)
CANACremation Association of North America
CANAClimate Action Network Australia
CANACaribbean News Agency
CANACanaveral National Seashore (US National Park Service)
CANACisco Active Network Abstraction
CANAConvalescent Antidote for Nerve Agent (US DoD)
CANACentro Astronomico Neil Armstrong (Salerno, Italy)
CANACentralized Ad-Hoc Network Architecture
CANAConvocation of Anglican Churches in North America
CANAConvulsive Antidote, Nerve Agent (Diazepam)
CANAChristian Answers to New Age
CANACustomizable Auto-negotiation Advertisements
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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.
The Cremation Association of North America reports that in 2000, about 60 percent of Hawaii's 8,500 dead were cremated, the highest rate in the nation.
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. With this increase, disposing of cremated human remains in meaningful ways has become a challenge.
Last year, the Hoosier rate was 7.7 percent or 3,885 cremations, according to statistics from the Cremation Association of North America. That figure rose from just 5.8 percent in 1987.
The Cremation Association of North America predicts that number to rise to 44 percent -about 1.2 million - in the next five years, up from just 280,000 in 1985.
And it ranks fourth in the percentage of cremated deaths - 62 percent in 2004 - according to the Cremation Association of North America.
According to a recent survey by The Cremation Association of North America (CANA), a trade association for the funeral industry based in Chicago, 46% of Americans plan to choose cremation rather than traditional burial for themselves or their loved ones.
According to the Cremation Association of North America, Hawaii has a 58.25 percent cremation rate - the highest in the United States.
By 2006, the number had grown to nearly 34 percent, according to the Cremation Association of North America. That could increase to more than half of all deaths by 2025.