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Information on the requirements that apply to fishers - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/preventive-controls/fish/information-on-the-requirements-that-apply-to-fish/eng/1564699982413/1564699982647

Dec 11, 2019 ... for an SFC licence The first step to obtaining an SFC licence is to sign up for My CFIA. Watch the video Requesting a Safe Food for Canadians Licence that's available to help you understand how to apply for a licence and find tips to ensure a smooth SFC licence application. Be prepared before you sign up for My CFIA. Learn more about licensing. 2. Preventive controls

T-shirt wisdom on climate change: 10 wearable tips for making a difference - Science and conservation

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/nature/science/climat-climate/conseils-tips

Nov 28, 2019 ... a living system is diverse, it can respond better to disruptions. A healthy forest with many tree species, for example, can recover better from insect pests. A biodiverse world will be able to adapt better to the disruptions of climate change. Protecting nature in all its variety also protects the “ecosystem services” that purify water, capture carbon, control

Use household chemicals safely

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/home-safety/household-chemical-safety.html

Oct 23, 2019 ... that it is a product registered by Health Canada by finding the PCP (Pest Control Product Act) number on the label. See also: Homeowner Guidelines for Using Pesticides. Understanding hazard symbols Hazard symbols are on the labels of many household chemical products in and around your home and garage, like cooking spray, cleaning products, paint and paint thinners, drain

Pest control products for use on cannabis

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/cannabis-regulations-licensed-producers/pest-control-products.html

May 22, 2019 ...). Read the label directions and safety tips before buying a PCP. The label must include the PCP registration number, the name of the pest to be controlled, the specific crop it may be used on, and the treatment location (for example, indoor, outdoor). Licence holders with questions or concerns regarding PCPs should contact the Pest Management Information Service

Climate change adaptation plans and actions

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/climate-change/adapting/plans.html

Feb 5, 2020 ... or pests. Fortunately, these risks can be reduced through public education and preventative actions. For example, see how to enjoy the outdoors without a tick video and prevention tips. Learn more about Canada’s actions to protect our nature. Resilient infrastructure investments We are making investments in infrastructure to protect against events like floods

Guide on composition requirements for cannabis products

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/health/publications/drugs-health-products/composition-requirements-cannabis-products/guide.html

Dec 9, 2019 ... for the definition of each class of cannabis. 6.1 Cannabis seeds or cannabis plant seeds A cannabis seed or cannabis plant seed must not contain or have on them residues of a pest control product that is registered for use on cannabis under the Pest Control Products Act, or that is otherwise authorized for use under that Act, unless the residues are within any maximum

Find a form - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/about-the-cfia/forms-and-publications/find-a-form/eng/1328823628115/1328823702784

Jan 16, 2020 ... will NOT open these forms even with Adobe Reader. If you require an alternative version, please contact us using the link contact us. Tips for completing dynamic (PDF-XFA) forms Printing PDF forms: Many forms have a print button included. There may be more than one print button in some forms. Each of the print buttons is configured to print a specific page or range

D- 95-08: Phytosanitary import requirements for fresh temperate fruits and tree nuts - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/plants/plant-pests-invasive-species/directives/date/d-95-08/eng/1322413085880/1322413348292

Nov 6, 2019 ... and spread of plant pests of quarantine concern to Canada. Quarantine pests are plant pests which could cause significant damage to Canada's agriculture, forestry and/or environment and which do not currently occur in Canada or, if they do, are not widely distributed and are under official control. Until the pest risk has been evaluated and phytosanitary requirements

D- 95-08: Phytosanitary import requirements for fresh temperate fruits and tree nuts - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/plants/plant-pests-invasive-species/directives/horticulture/d-95-08/eng/1322413085880/1322413275292

Nov 6, 2019 ... and spread of plant pests of quarantine concern to Canada. Quarantine pests are plant pests which could cause significant damage to Canada's agriculture, forestry and/or environment and which do not currently occur in Canada or, if they do, are not widely distributed and are under official control. Until the pest risk has been evaluated and phytosanitary requirements

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