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Federally regulated industry sectors

Jul 24, 2018 ...Federally regulated industry sectors Regulations for the agriculture, forestry, mining, oil and gas, telecom, health sectors and more. Most requested Automated Import Reference System (AIRS) Food labelling Spectrum Auctions National model construction codes and guides and provincial codes Services and information Agriculture, food, forestry and fishing

Permits, licences and regulations

May 30, 2019 ... BizPaL permit and licence search Federal, provincial, territorial and municipal business permits and licences in Canada. Federally regulated business activities Incorporating your business, labelling, privacy, competition, measurement accuracy and more. Federally regulated industry sectors Regulations for the agriculture, forestry, mining, oil and gas, telecom

Forms listed by number - CRA

Aug 23, 2019 ... Application 2019-06-21 R107 CANCELLED - Regulation 105 Waiver Application - Film Industry 2017-02-09 RC1 Request for a business number and certain program accounts 2019-07-16 RC113 Direct Deposit Request for Children's Special Allowances (CSA) 2019-07-02 RC116 Saskatchewan Family Health Benefits 2017-07-04 RC126 Job Application 2010-04-13 RC145 Request to Close

Publications listed by number - CRA

Aug 9, 2019 ... Renewable Fuels 2008-04-25 ETSL7 Changes in Federal Excise Taxes on Tobacco Products for Sale in Prince Edward Island 1995-08-22 ETSL70 Notice to all Producers of Renewable Fuels 2014-11-20 ETSL71 Regulations Amending the Ships' Stores Regulations (2009) 2009-07-21 ETSL72 Notice to all Air Carriers - Rate Increases for the Air Travellers Security Charge 2010-03-05

Business and industry

Aug 2, 2019 ... and regulations The permits, licences and regulations that apply to your business. Doing business with government Selling to the federal government, buying from the government and selling to other governments. R&D and innovation Funding, collaboration, commercialization and licensing resources to help fuel innovation. Research and business intelligence Industry sector

Hours of Work

Jul 29, 2019 ...Hours of Work On this page General Standard hours of work Overtime hours of work Maximum hours of work Trucking Survey results Application of Survey Result General Standard hours of work The standard hours of work for an employee in a federally regulated industry are: eight hours in a day (any period of 24 consecutive hours) 40 hours in a week (the period

Disconnecting from work-related e-communications outside of work hours

Jul 29, 2019 ... not necessarily reflect the views of the Government of Canada. On this page Issue Background Work-related e-communications and the Canada Labour Code Situation in the federally regulated private sector What the research says Stakeholder perspectives Approach elsewhere Issues for the panel’s consideration Selected bibliography Alternate formats Labour – Disconnecting from

Complete text for Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change second annual report

Aug 8, 2019 ... regulations, programs and funding in the areas of electricity, the built environment, transportation, industry, forestry, agriculture and waste, government leadership and international leadership – were carefully designed to support a transition towards a better and low carbon future. Highlights of federal regulatory action taken in 2018 include the publication

Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change second annual report: section 3

Aug 8, 2019 ... per tonne in 2022. The Government of Saskatchewan passed enabling legislation and established regulations for its Output Based Performance System to regulate emissions intensity from larger industrial emitters in December 2018. Other jurisdictions have confirmed their intent to have the federal system apply, in full or in part. For example, Prince Edward

Interim government response to review of Canadian Environmental Protection Act: part 2

Aug 21, 2019 ... the continued competitiveness of the Canadian economy. The regulations will set mandatory and enforceable reduction targets for emissions of greenhouse gases and air pollutants from the following major industrial sectors: electricity generation produced by combustion; oil and gas (including upstream oil and gas, downstream petroleum, oil sands, and natural gas pipelines

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