A list of the Acts and Regulations which govern the funeral directing and embalming professions.
All professional information and forms can now be reviewed and downloaded on this web site. If you have any problems, please contact the office.
Please see our list of pre-approved continuing education credits, including courses available on-line.
Important information and resources for funeral professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic
For Funeral Professionals
Funeral Directors are appointed Division Registrars of Death under the Vital Statistics Act. As Division Registrars, they assume the responsibility for certain activities when someone dies and is entrusted to their care. For example, the Funeral Director is responsible to obtain a Medical Certificate of Death and to collect personal information to complete the Death Registration form and issue a Burial Permit.
Division Registrator for Death must hold a valid Funeral Directors License issued by the Nova Scotia Board of Registration of Embalmers and Funeral Directors and approved by the N.S. Deputy Registrar General for Vital Statistics.
Please visit Access Nova Scotia's Funeral Director License
page for more information on being a licensed funeral director in Nova Scotia.
Our review of provincial requirements, will add depth to your understanding of funeral service as a career option.
Failure to Renew License
Where a person has previously held a Nova Scotia funeral director's license which has lapsed for...
In addition to the annual convention, the association sponsors a variety of events. Check this calendar of upcoming seminars, webinars, or other learning opportunities held throughout the year.
Board of registration of embalmers and funeral directors for the province of Nova Scotia by-laws.
We have provided the breakdown of our current policies.