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CURRENT POLICY INITIATIVES at CFIA FERTILIZER SAFETY SECTION

CFIA Fertilizer Safety Section currently has four policy initiatives underway Potential Over-Formulation of Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Fertilizers sold or imported into Canada Broadened interpretation of the definition of a Supplement & implications for the regulated sector Process and procedures for making changes to the List of Primary Fertilizers and Supplement Materials Registrations of dual

2021-11-10T17:02:50+00:00

Invitation à un webinaire de l’ACIA sur l’interprétation élargie de la définition de « supplément » et les options de mise en oeuvre de ce changement de politique

 L’Agence canadienne d’inspection des aliments (ACIA) a élargi son interprétation de la définition de « supplément » aux termes de la Loi sur les engrais afin d’inclure les produits qui agissent directement ou indirectement pour enrichir les sols ou favoriser la croissance des plantes ou la productivité des récoltes.  Voir l'invitation complète

2021-10-23T13:40:46+00:00

CFIA Fertilizer Safety Section is inviting all regulatory professionals to attend a CFIA webinar on July 12th at 11.00 am

CFIA Fertilizer Safety Section is inviting all regulatory professionals to attend a CFIA webinar on July 12th at 11.00 am on the broadened interpretation of what constitutes a “Supplement” and whether additional products will in future be included as Supplements and require registration. VIEW FULL INVITATION  

2021-10-23T13:40:28+00:00

CFIA webinar on July 12th at 11.00 am on the broadened interpretation of what constitutes a “Supplement” and whether additional products will in future be included as Supplements and require registration

CFIA Fertilizer Safety Section is inviting all regulatory professionals to attend a CFIA webinar on July 12th at 11.00 am on the broadened interpretation of what constitutes a “Supplement” and whether additional products will in future be included as Supplements and require registration This broadened interpretation of the definition of a "supplement" will in future

2021-07-08T17:25:11+00:00

Potential Over-Formulation of N [Nitrogen] and P [Phosphorus] in Fertilizers sold or imported into Canada

Invitation for industry members to engage in discussions on the potential over-formulation of fertilizers sold and imported into Canada. Industry’s input will inform the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) environmental safety assessment and any ensuing risk management options that are deemed necessary.

2021-05-22T14:39:46+00:00

Operational Changes to Cannabis Program Requirements / Modifications opérationnelles aux exigences du programme de cannabis

(Le français suit.)   To federal licence holders, The intent of this message is to inform you of Health Canada’s updated approach regarding two matters related to the Cannabis Act and its regulations: the use of foliar sprays and modified atmosphere packaging in final cannabis products. These changes are effective immediately and licence holders may adjust their practices to

2020-09-10T11:31:23+00:00

Evolution in Canadian Fertilizer

BY LAURA WIENS Retail Industry Takes a Seat at the Discussion Table CAAR was proud to represent retailers during three days of meetings on the future of registration, regulation and use of fertilizer products in Canada. Mitch Rezansoff, executive director of CAAR, attended the annual Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) Information Day, held in conjunction with

2020-09-10T11:33:51+00:00