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Industry Min. Christian ParadisRogers Communications Inc.2013-01-08
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2013-02-19
Aboriginal Affairs Min. John DuncanBC Dairy Association2013-02-06
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2013-02-19
Public Safety Min. Vic ToewsCanadian Police Association2013-02-07
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2013-02-18
Min. of State (Small Business and Tourism) Maxime BernierFédération des producteurs de lait du Québec2013-02-05
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2013-02-18
Transport Min. Denis LebelThe Shipping Federation of Canada2013-02-07
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2013-02-18
Min. of State (Small Business and Tourism) Maxime BernierTourism Industry Association of Canada2013-02-05
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2013-02-15
Canadian Heritage and Official Languages Min. James MooreCorus Entertainment Inc.2013-01-09
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2013-02-15
Industry Min. Christian ParadisCanadian Chamber of Commerce2013-01-28
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2013-02-15
Min. of State (Small Business and Tourism) Maxime BernierFédération des producteurs de lait du Québec2013-02-05
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2013-02-15
Min. of State (Small Business and Tourism) Maxime BernierDairy Farmers of Canada2013-02-05
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2013-02-15
National Revenue Min. Gail SheaCANADIAN FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS2013-01-21
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2013-02-15
Min. of State (Small Business and Tourism) Maxime BernierCANADIAN FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS2013-01-17
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2013-02-15
Industry Min. Christian ParadisSaskatchewan Telecommunications2013-01-08
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2013-02-15
Human Resources and Skills Development Min. Diane FinleyUniversity of Ontario Institute of Technology2013-01-21
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2013-02-15
Industry Min. Christian ParadisInerjys Ventures Inc.2013-02-04
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Lib. MP Joyce MurrayHOTEL ASSOCIATION OF CANADA2012-10-01
Lib. MP Joyce MurrayHOTEL ASSOCIATION OF CANADA2012-10-01
Lib. MP Joyce MurrayHOTEL ASSOCIATION OF CANADA2012-10-01
CPC MP Dean AllisonGoldcorp Inc2012-09-27
CPC MP Dean AllisonGoldcorp Inc2012-09-27
CPC MP John CarmichaelCanadian Association of Mutual Insurance Companies2012-09-27
CPC MP Joe DanielCanadian Association of Mutual Insurance Companies2012-09-27
CPC MP Joe DanielCanadian Association of Mutual Insurance Companies2012-09-27
CPC MP Shelly GloverREAL PROPERTY ASSOCIATION OF CANADA (REALPAC)2012-09-27
CPC MP Shelly GloverREAL PROPERTY ASSOCIATION OF CANADA (REALPAC)2012-09-27

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- Canadian Energy Regulator ActReappointment of ELLEN BARRY of Fredericton, New Brunswick, as a director of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Energy Regulator, to hold office during pleasure for a term of two years, on a part-time basis, effective August 22, 2022.2022-06-28
- Canadian Energy Regulator ActReappointment of MELANIE S. DEBASSIGE of M’Chigeeng, Ontario, as a director of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Energy Regulator, to hold office during pleasure for a term of five years, on a part-time basis, effective August 22, 2022.2022-06-28
- Canadian Energy Regulator ActReappointment of STEPHANIA P. LUCIUK of Calgary, Alberta, as a full-time Commissioner of the Canadian Energy Regulator, to hold office during good behaviour for a term of four years, effective August 28, 2022.2022-06-28
- Canadian Energy Regulator ActReappointment of TRENA L. GRIMOLDBY of Calgary, Alberta, as a full-time Commissioner of the Canadian Energy Regulator, to hold office during good behaviour for a term of two years, effective August 28, 2022.2022-06-28
- Food and Drugs ActRegulations Amending the REGULATIONS AMENDING THE FOOD AND DRUG REGULATIONS (NUTRITION SYMBOLS, OTHER LABELLING PROVISIONS, VITAMIN D AND HYDROGENATED FATS OR OILS) in order to (1) require front-of-package labelling for most prepackaged products containing nutrients of public health concern, such as saturated fat, sugars and/or sodium, at or above specified thresholds; (2) repeal the table of nutrient content claims and incorporate it by reference into the regulations as a new Table of Permitted Nutrient Content Statements and Claims; (3) increase the required amount of vitamin D in certain foods; (4) ensure that certain definitions, food standards and other regulatory provisions within the regulations are consistent with the prohibition on the sale of foods that contain partially hydrogenated oils; (5) remove certain labelling requirements for foods containing the high-intensity sweeteners, such as aspartame, sucralose, acesulfame-potassium and neotame; and (6) amend the legibility and location requirements pertaining to the mandatory statement on foods containing aspartame.2022-06-28
- Food and Drugs ActRegulations Amending the FOOD AND DRUGS REGULATIONS (SUPPLEMENTED FOODS) in order to (1) establish detailed conditions for the use of supplemental ingredients in food; (2) establish additional requirements on the labelling of supplemented foods beyond the general requirements in the Food and Drug Regulations for prepackaged foods; and (3) introduce minor consequential amendments to the CANNABIS REGULATIONS to continue to prohibit the use of foods described in Temporary Marketing Authorizations as ingredients to produce edible cannabis.2022-06-28
- Quarantine ActMINIMIZING THE RISK OF EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 IN CANADA ORDER in order to (1) support Canada’s continued focus on reducing the introduction and further spread of COVID-19 by decreasing the risk of importing cases from outside the country; (2) continue to prohibit entry of foreign nationals, with some limited exceptions, and if they have reasonable grounds to suspect they have COVID-19, if they have signs and symptoms of COVID-19, or if they know they have COVID-19; (3) continue to exempt travellers who are fully vaccinated, those with a medical contraindication to a vaccine and unvaccinated children less than 12 who are accompanied by fully vaccinated travellers from the requirement to quarantine, as long as they have complied with all applicable measures; (4) continue to maintain all requirements for unvaccinated travellers subject to limited exceptions, to have a valid COVID-19 negative test result before entering Canada, to undergo testing when entering and once again later in the 14-day post-entry period, and to quarantine upon entry into Canada; (5) continue to permit the entry of fully vaccinated foreign nationals arriving for any purpose, as long as they have complied with all applicable measures, and unvaccinated foreign national travellers, if they meet one of the exemptions and are compliant with any applicable measures; (6) remove the additional enhanced measures for fully vaccinated irregular asylum seekers who arrive without a valid pre-arrival test and any unvaccinated accompanying dependants less than 12 years of age; and (7) remove the requirement for those subject to isolation, and who remain in isolation on board a cruise ship for the duration of their time in Canada to obtain permission from a Quarantine Officer to depart Canada2022-06-25
- Special Economic Measures ActRegulations Amending the SPECIAL ECONOMIC MEASURES (RUSSIA) REGULATIONS in order to (1) add six (6) individuals and forty-six (46) entities to Schedule 1 of the Regulations, prohibiting them from transacting business with individuals and businesses in Canada, and freezing their assets unless otherwise authorized by the Minister of the Foreign Affairs; and (2) impose a ban on the export of a list of advanced goods and technologies that could be used in the production and manufacturing of weapons by Russia, which are listed in a new Schedule 5.1.2022-06-25
- Special Economic Measures ActRegulations Amending the SPECIAL ECONOMIC MEASURES (UKRAINE) REGULATIONS in order to add fifteen (15) to Schedule 1, Part 1 of the Regulations, prohibiting them from transacting business with individuals and businesses in Canada, and freezing their assets unless otherwise authorized by the Minister of the Foreign Affairs.2022-06-25
- Special Economic Measures ActRegulations Amending the SPECIAL ECONOMIC MEASURES (BELARUS) in order to (1) add thirteen (13) individuals and two (2) entities to Schedule 1, Part 1 of the Regulations; (2) move Schedule 3 of the Regulations to Annex 1 of the Restricted Goods and Technologies List; (3) impose a ban on exports to Belarus of luxury goods, which are listed in a new Schedule 3, Part 1; (4) impose a ban on the imports from Belarus of luxury goods, which are listed in a new Schedule 3, Part 2; (5) impose a ban on the export to Belarus of goods that could be used in the production and manufacturing of weapons by Belarus, which are listed in a new Schedule 4; and (6) ban the export to Belarus of advanced goods and technologies that could be used in the production and manufacturing of weapons by Belarus, which are listed in a new Schedule 5.2022-06-25

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