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Behaviours and Beliefs Related to Cannabis Before Legalization: A Public Safety Perspective

https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/2018-r005/index-en.aspx

Jun 24, 2019 ... who used cannabis for non-medical purposes (cannabis use for non-medical purposes is defined as use for a range of non-medical reasons) in the past 12 months. The 2017 CCS asked respondents about their driving habits after cannabis use, cannabis use in combination with alcohol or other drugs, interaction with police services because of possession of cannabis

Former - Legibility and location of labelling information - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-legibility-and-location/eng/1509106214085/1509106214543?chap=0

May 3, 2019 ..., the Nutrition Facts table, and regulated Nutrient Content Claims and Health Claims). If the product is required to carry a list of ingredients, the information which is required to be grouped together on that product's label must be grouped together with the list of ingredients. Specific cases Use of display cards as labels In the case of a consumer prepackaged food

Former - Legibility and location of labelling information - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-legibility-and-location/eng/1509106214085/1509106214543?chap=0

May 3, 2019 ..., the Nutrition Facts table, and regulated Nutrient Content Claims and Health Claims). If the product is required to carry a list of ingredients, the information which is required to be grouped together on that product's label must be grouped together with the list of ingredients. Specific cases Use of display cards as labels In the case of a consumer prepackaged food

Questions and answers: Safe Food for Canadians Regulations - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://inspection.gc.ca/food/toolkit-for-food-businesses/questions-and-answers/eng/1492029195746/1492029286734

May 13, 2019 ...? No, the requirements of the SFCR apply to human food. The definition of food as per the Food and Drugs Act is any articles manufactured, sold or represented for use as food or drink for human beings, chewing gum, and any ingredient that may be mixed with food for any purpose whatever. If you are importing food products for use in pharmaceuticals or pet food, and not for human

Interactive tool - Understanding a Food Label - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/for-consumers/understanding-a-food-label/eng/1400530265966/1400530332584

May 14, 2019 ... Labelling in Canada The food label is one of the most important tools Canadian consumers can use to make informed choices about healthy and safe foods. To ensure consumers have reliable and trustworthy information, there are federal regulations and requirements for food labels. Companies that produce and sell food products are responsible for making sure

Excise and GST/HST News - No. 104

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/forms-publications/publications/news104/news104-excise-gst-hst-news-no-104-june-2018.html

Nov 6, 2018 ... federal excise duty on most legally available cannabis products, effective when non-medical cannabis becomes legally available for retail sale. The cannabis excise duty will generally not apply to packaged cannabis products that contain 0.3% or less tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) or to Health Canada approved pharmaceutical products with a Drug Identification Number

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

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-honey/eng/1511921365163/1511921365734?chap=0

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

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

https://inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-honey/eng/1511921365163/1511921365734?chap=0

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

Understanding the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations: A handbook for food businesses - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://inspection.gc.ca/food/toolkit-for-food-businesses/handbook-for-food-businesses/eng/1481560206153/1481560532540?chap=0

Apr 25, 2019 ... Inspection Act Meat Inspection Regulations, 1990 Annex B: List of documents incorporated by reference into the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations Maximum Quantity Limits for Personal Use Exemption Canadian Standards of Identity Volume 1 Dairy Products Volume 2 Processed Egg Products Volume 3 Fish Volume 4 Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products Volume 5 Honey Volume 6

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