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Pesticides and Pest Management

Jan 17, 2020 ...Pesticides and Pest Management For The Public Pesticides and Food Safety Public Registry Report a Pesticide Incident Pesticide Compliance and Enforcement Conditional Registrations Public Engagement Portal For Growers & Commercial Users Importing Pesticides Sustainable Pest Management User Requested Minor Use Pollinator Protection For Registrants

Pesticide registration cost recovery

Jan 23, 2020 ...Pesticide registration cost recovery Pesticide applicants and registrants pay fees for the review of applications to register pesticides, and an annual charge for every registered pesticide. After extensive consultation with stakeholders, the Pest Control Products Fees and Charges Regulations were published on February 22, 2017, and include: updated fees

Update on the Neonicotinoid Pesticides (January 2020)

Jan 16, 2020 ...Update on the Neonicotinoid Pesticides (January 2020) 16 January 2020 PDF Version – 92 K Introduction This document provides a progress report on Health Canada's Pest Management Regulatory Agency's (PMRA) ongoing assessments of the neonicotinoid insecticides (see previous update on the Neonicotinoid Pesticides in 2017). The assessment of this group

Pesticides and pest management consultations

Jan 21, 2020 ...Pesticides and pest management consultations Notice to Reader: Some of the documents listed below are available upon request only. You will be prompted for your contact information and the requested document will be emailed to you. Please allow at least 48 hours for a response. The public is consulted for all proposed major registration decisions

Consideration of Sex and Gender in Pesticide Risk Assessment

Jan 17, 2020 ...Consideration of Sex and Gender in Pesticide Risk Assessment Download the alternative format (PDF format, 4.76 MB, 1 page) Organization: Health Canada Published: January 2020 Before a pesticide can be sold or used in Canada, Health Canada scientists evaluate potential risks to human health and the environment. Health Canada takes into account

Forms – Registrants and applicants – Pesticides and pest management

Jan 20, 2020 ...Forms – Registrants and applicants – Pesticides and pest management Instructions on Completing the Online Forms When completing a form that is in an online format, you can save the form to your computer at any time by clicking the 'Save Draft' button at the bottom of the form. You can continue to work on the form in subsequent sessions by browsing

Pesticide Gloves

Nov 29, 2019 ...Pesticide Gloves Download the alternative format (PDF - 1.3 MB) Request a PDF version in Spanish You should always use proper gloves when mixing, loading and applying pesticides. Always read and follow the label directions. Chemical-resistant materials prevent certain chemicals from passing through the glove in order to protect your skin. Wearing gloves

Sex- and Gender-based Considerations in the Scientific Risk Assessment of Pesticides in Canada

Jan 21, 2020 ...Sex- and Gender-based Considerations in the Scientific Risk Assessment of Pesticides in Canada Pesticides must undergo a high level of scientific evaluation before they can be registered for use in Canada. Companies applying to register a pesticide must provide Health Canada with a large number of health and environmental studies, which must follow

Understanding Restricted- Entry Intervals for Pesticides

Dec 3, 2019 ...Understanding Restricted-Entry Intervals for Pesticides Download the alternative format (PDF - 386 KB) Request a PDF version in Spanish A restricted-entry interval (REI) is the period of time that agricultural workers, or anyone else, must not do hand labour in treated areas after a pesticide has been applied. This is to allow residues and vapours

Self employed Business, Professional, Commission, Farming, and Fishing Income: GST/HST

Jan 22, 2020 ... of at least 300 litres or 66 gallons granular fertilizer or pesticide applicators with operational capacity of at least 0.2265 cubic metres or 8 cubic feet liquid box, tank, or flail manure spreaders, and injection systems for liquid manure spreaders leaf-cutter bees complete feeds, supplements, micro-premixes, macro-premixes, or mineral feeds other than trace mineral

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