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Travel advice and advisories for Belize

May 13, 2019 ... signs of affluence Avoid carrying large sums of cash If attacked, don’t resist Violent crime There has been an increase in violent crime over the past few years in Belize. Most violent crimes are drug and gang-related. Gang members often use weapons to resolve disputes. Tourists are not usually targeted, but you could find yourself in the wrong place

What you need to know about cannabis

Mar 11, 2019 ... on your health you should speak to your health care provider. If you use cannabis, learn how to use it responsibly and reduce risks for yourself and others. In general, start low and go slow. Start with small amounts Choose products with a low amount of THC and an equal or higher amount of CBD Avoid combining cannabis with alcohol and/or other substances

Travel advice and advisories for Slovenia

May 13, 2019 ... More about mass gatherings (large-scale events) Road safety Main roads are generally safe and in good condition. Secondary roads tend to be narrow. Public transportation Use only officially marked taxis. Ensure that the meter is on and charging the appropriate rate, which should be displayed in the taxi. Air travel We do not make assessments on the compliance

Travel advice and advisories for Italy

May 13, 2019 ... or drones is regulated. Failure to comply with regulations may lead to confiscation of equipment and heavy fines. More about flying drones - Italian Civil Aviation Authority (in Italian only) Illegal drugs Penalties for possession, use or trafficking of illegal drugs are severe. Convicted offenders can expect jail sentences or heavy fines. Driving You may drive

Former - Labelling requirements for honey - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

May 3, 2019 ... (definition) honey [218(1)(a), SFCR]. For honey (definition) that meets the standard set out in the Canadian Standards of Identity, Volume 5 – Honey or in Division 18 of the Food and Drug Regulations (FDR), the name appearing in boldface type, but not in italics, in this volume or in the FDR is the prescribed common name for that product that must be used

Travel advice and advisories for Belarus

May 13, 2019 ... contain drugs that could put you at risk of sexual assault and robbery. Road safety Roads are generally in good condition; however, many may be impassable in winter. Drivers generally have little regard for traffic regulations and do not follow safe-driving practices. Horse-drawn carts are a common road hazard in rural areas. Radar traps are widespread. Public

Health Canada warns consumers to not use health products containing the potentially dangerous chemical DNP

Sep 20, 2018 ... be identified, Health Canada will take appropriate action and inform Canadians. If consumers find products containing DNP for sale in Canada, they are encouraged to submit a complaint to Health Canada using the online complaint form. For more information Buying drugs over the Internet The safe use of health products for weight loss Stay connected with Health Canada

Travel advice and advisories for Croatia

May 13, 2019 ... so may subject Canadian-Croatian citizens to Croatian national obligations, such as taxes. Identificiation Carry adequate identification, such as your passport, at all times. Keep a photocopy of your passport, should the original be lost or seized. Illegal drugs Penalties for possession, use or trafficking of illegal drugs are severe. Convicted offenders can

Guidance Document Post-Drug Identification Number (DIN) Changes

May 3, 2019 ... with recommendations on the process for filing changes and the data considered necessary to support these changes. 1.2 Policy Statement Health Canada recognizes that: any change to a drug may impact the safety, efficacy or quality of that drug and; any change to the information associated with a drug (i.e. labels) may impact the safe and effective use of that drug. To enable

2018-2019 Compliance Monitoring Project (CMP) on Decorative Contact Lenses

Mar 14, 2019 ... they were not manufactured and may not be stored, handled or distributed properly, may not be safe or effective, and instructions for use may not be in the official languages. What actions did we take to address non-compliant products? Health Canada took several actions in response to non-compliance, including manufacturer notifications, product seizure, voluntary

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