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Former - Common name - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-common-name/eng/1506553557875/1506553558374?chap=0

Jul 17, 2019 ..., brand names or company names used as brand names are subject to all provisions of the Food and Drugs Act and the Safe Food for Canadians Act, whether or not these names are registered or trade-marked. For example, depending on the impression created, the use of a "natural" claim in a trademark would require the food to which it is applied to meet the guidelines

Common Name - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/industry/common-name/eng/1354906212164/1354906290936?chap=0

Jul 16, 2019 ... are subject to all provisions of the Food and Drugs Act and the Safe Food for Canadians Act, whether or not these names are registered or trade-marked. For example, depending on the impression created, the use of a "natural" claim in a trademark would require the food to which it is applied to meet the guidelines for Nature, Natural. A coined name is a fabricated

Questions and answers - Food Labelling Modernization initiative - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/labelling-modernization-initiative/questions-and-answers/eng/1370124704486/1370125027991

Jun 21, 2019 .... For example, Health Canada is modernizing its food regulatory framework as part of the Regulatory Roadmap for Health Products and Food. It has modernized its food additives regulatory system, using new authorities under the Food and Drugs Act It has published in Canada Gazette, Part II, regulatory amendments to improve the format and content of the Nutrition Facts

Promotion of health and charitable registration

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/charities-giving/charities/policies-guidance/promotion-health-charitable-registration.html

Jul 15, 2019 ... devices used, distributed or sold in Canada ii. Medical devices used, distributed or sold outside Canada Drugs used or distributed in Canada Drugs used or distributed outside Canada Natural health products Recalls, advisories, and warnings Footnotes A. Introduction 1. The Canada Revenue Agency’s Charities Directorate registers charities under the Income Tax Act

Consumer information – Cannabis

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/drugs-medication/cannabis/laws-regulations/regulations-support-cannabis-act/consumer-information.html

Jun 14, 2019 ... health Make you physically dependent or addicted If you or someone you know needs support for problematic use of cannabis, contact your healthcare practitioner or your local addiction treatment centre. Know the rules and stay safe Don't drive high Don't go to work impaired Buy from a legal source Know and follow the rules about where you can use cannabis in your

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

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2018/67792a-eng.php

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

Mandate Letter Tracker: Delivering results for Canadians

https://www.canada.ca/en/privy-council/campaigns/mandate-tracker-results-canadians.html

Sep 16, 2019 ... to use processes. Click to see more information Ensuring that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is a client-focused agency requires an ongoing effort of continuous improvement. While the CRA’s service transformation continues, significant changes have been made across CRA operations to put people first, be fair and helpful, and improve client satisfaction

Food safety for people with a weakened immune system

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/food-safety-vulnerable-populations/food-safety-people-with-weakened-immune-system.html

Jun 5, 2019 ..., cookie dough, cake batter, sauces, and drinks (like homemade eggnog). Egg dishes that are well cooked to a safe internal temperature of 74 oC (165 oF). Cook eggs until the yolk is firm. Homemade eggnog heated to 71°C (160°F). Tip: Use pasteurized egg products when making uncooked food that calls for raw eggs. Meat and poultry Raw or undercooked meat or poultry

What We Heard: Public engagement on the implementation of national pharmacare in Canada

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/corporate/about-health-canada/public-engagement/external-advisory-bodies/implementation-national-pharmacare/what-we-heard-report.html

Jun 12, 2019 ... to demonstrate that it is safe to use and works as intended. After this, public and private drug plans take different approaches to deciding which drugs to include in their formulary. How formularies for public drug plans are created: Following Health Canada’s assessment, Canada’s public drug plans ask one of Canada’s two health technology assessment agencies—either

Chapter 3 - Specific Registration Information by Feed Type - Animals - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/feeds/regulatory-guidance/rg-1/chapter-3/eng/1329319549692/1329439126197?chap=0

Aug 13, 2019 ... of the product and the intended species Product claim statement Guaranteed analysis (major active ingredient(s)) Complete list of ingredients by generic name as listed in Schedule IV or V of the Feeds Regulations including registration numbers for Part II ingredients or mixed feeds as required Directions for use to permit safe and effective use of feed Caution

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