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Aug 9, 2019 ... Notice to Suppliers of Tobacco Products to Retailers in Nova Scotia 1995-08-22 ETSL16 Suppliers of Tobacco Products to Retailers in New Brunswick 1995-08-22 ETSL17 Suppliers of Tobacco Products to Retailers in Prince Edward Island 2000-07-06 ETSL19 Application of the Air Transportation Tax - Employee Travel 1995-08-22 ETSL2 Changes in Federal Excise Tax

Horizon Air Industries Inc. | Canadian Transportation Agency

Aug 27, 2018 ...Horizon Air Industries Inc. Contravention Results of a recent compliance verification conducted on July 6, 2018 by a designated enforcement officer of the Canadian Transportation Agency indicate that Horizon Air Industries Inc. is in contravention of subsection 116(2) of the Air Transportation Regulations by failing to post tariff signage at its business

Transport and infrastructure

Jul 2, 2019 ...Untitled Document Transport and infrastructure Ensuring the safe movement of people and goods by air, rail, road and water. Funding for infrastructure projects. Follow: Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Promotions Making zero-emission vehicles more affordable New drone rules in effect. Register your drone and get your pilot certificate! General aviation

Emissions of harmful substances to air

Jul 31, 2019 ... industry, the non-ferrous smelting and refining industry, and the iron and steel industry), transportation (road, rail, air and marine) and other miscellaneous sources. For more details on the sources, consult the Data sources and methods. Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada (2019) Air Pollutant Emissions Inventory. The largest reduction in mercury

Air pollutant emissions

Jul 31, 2019 ...Air pollutant emissions Access PDF (2.54 MB) Air pollution problems, such as smog and acid rain, result from the release of pollutants into the atmosphere. The majority of these pollutants are released through human activities, such as transportation, the burning of fuels for electricity and heating, and a variety of industrial activities. The indicators

FCN10 Regulations Amending the Fuel Charge Regulations Made Under the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act

Jul 16, 2019 ... charge for the reporting period of the registered distributor that includes the earlier time during the period that begins at the time of delivery and ends when the fuel is exported, the quantity of fuel is not further processed, transformed or altered in Canada except to the extent reasonably necessary or incidental to its transportation the non-registered non

Chair and CEO Scott Streiner addresses the RBC Capital Markets Automotive, Industrials and Transportation Conference | Canadian Transportation Agency

May 21, 2019 ...Chair and CEO Scott Streiner addresses the RBC Capital Markets Automotive, Industrials and Transportation Conference Staying balanced, moving quickly: Key changes in the operating frameworks of Canada's rail and air sectors Speech at the RBC Canadian Automotive, Transportation and Industrials Conference – Toronto - May 14, 2019 Date modified: 2019-05-21

Canada’s Air Pollutant Emissions Inventory Report 2019: chapter 2

Jul 23, 2019 ... industries were the largest contributor at 77% (139 t) of emissions, with the non-ferrous refining and smelting industry accounting for the largest share at 72% (131 t) of total Pb emissions. Transportation and mobile equipment was the second largest contributor at 18% (33 t) of total emissions (almost all of which was from air transportation). Overall, lead

General Information for GST/HST Registrants

Jul 26, 2019 ... containers Returned goods Warranty reimbursements Selling goods, services, and rights for others Auctioneers Agents Consignment sales Direct selling industry Supplies to diplomats, governments, and Indians Diplomats Federal government Provincial and territorial governments Municipalities Indians Trade-ins When the customer has to charge tax When the customer does

Canadian urban transit research and innovation consortium

Aug 16, 2019 ...Canadian urban transit research and innovation consortium A Canada-wide consortium of companies, institutions and municipal groups aims to make Canada a world leader in zero-and low-emissions transportation technologies. To achieve this goal, the industry-led Canadian Urban Transit Research & Innovation Consortium (CUTRIC) hires people who are highly

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