Chapter 144 of the Revised Statutes, 1989 amended 2003, c. 19, s. 7
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In Canada, the regulatory control of funeral homes and licensed professionals comes under juridication of the Provincial Government. In this Province the funeral profession is regulated under Legislation entitled "The Embalmers and Funeral Directors Act Chapter 144 of the Revised Statutes, 1989".
The responsibility for ensuring the provisions of this Act are followed and rests with Service Nova Scotia and its Minister. However, the actual adminstration of the Act is undertaken by a duly constituted Board of Registration of Embalmers and Funeral Directors consisting of the Registrar and five other people, three of whom are licensed embalmers who are appointed by the Governor in Council, and two of who are elected by the Funeral Service Association of Nova Scotia of which one is a Consumer Advocate.
This section is intended for those interested in learning more about the roots of our funeral service association. Read about the legacy of our founders, a legacy which continues to drive the course of the funeral profession in Canada.
Board & Staff Members
The presidents serving the NEWEST Funeral Association Clone rely on both the elected members of the Board serving with them, and people within the administrative staff. Click here to learn more about today's Board and staff members.
The NEWEST Funeral Association Clone has a long history of strong, decisive leadership. Here you can learn more about the funeral professionals elected to serve our organization as president, both now and in the past.
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