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North Vancouver RCMP - About Us

Jan 27, 2020 ... Officer encompassing the entire Lower Mainland. Prior to becoming a commissioned officer, Mike worked in the Criminal Operations Secretariat at E Division Headquarters. He has worked as a property crimes investigator, serious crimes investigator and as a drug crimes supervisor. He also spent 4 years as a special constable with the Special Investigations Unit

Travel advice and advisories for China

Jan 26, 2020 ... the death penalty. These laws are strictly enforced and apply to persons 14 years and older. Penalties can be assigned arbitrarily. Local authorities conduct random drug tests (urine or hair). Police have raided nightclubs and bars and subjected patrons to on-the-spot drug testing. Based on positive drug test results, authorities can prosecute drugs crimes

RCMP in British Columbia - Road Safety Legislation

Dec 30, 2019 ... of Canada prohibits anyone from operating a motor vehicle while their ability is impaired by alcohol and/or a drug and/or if their blood/alcohol concentration is “Over .08”. Slow Down And Move Over A new law came into effect designed to help protect emergency services personnel on or next to roadways in British Columbia. Speed Limits Posted speed limits on BC

Food and Drug Regulations,_c._870/page-92.html

Dec 16, 2019 ... in that province; (technicien en pharmacie) practitioner practitioner means a person who (a) is entitled under the laws of a province to treat patients with a prescription drug, and (b) is practising their profession in that province; (praticien) prescription prescription means an order given by a practitioner directing that a stated amount of any drug or mixture of drugs

CFIA suspends the Safe Food for Canadians licence of Cami International Poultry Limited under the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Jan 20, 2020 ... for ensuring that they comply with Canada's food laws. The agency is committed to enforcing those laws. Safe Food for Canadians licences can be suspended: for failure to comply with the Safe Food for Canadians Act, the Food and Drugs Act and their related regulations for default of payment of any fee related to the licence if risk of injury to the public may result

Sunshine Coast RCMP - Programs and Services

Jan 20, 2020 ... of persons, vessels, vehicles and aircraft that may constitute a threat to Canada’s national security, or that are involved in illegal activities such as drug importation. Law enforcement needs more eyes and ears, this Coastal Watch program is an avenue to encourage members of the public to report, on a confidential basis, any activity that appears suspicious. Click

An Act to amend the Criminal Code (offences relating to conveyances) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts

Nov 15, 2019 ...; Whereas dangerous driving and impaired driving are unacceptable at all times and in all circumstances; Whereas it is important to deter persons from driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs; Whereas it is important that law enforcement officers be better equipped to detect instances of alcohol-impaired or drug-impaired driving and exercise investigative powers

Pest control products

Jan 20, 2020 ... and inspection results. Contributors Health Canada What we are doing Laws and regulations Pest Control Products Act (PCPA) Pesticide Residue Compensation Act (PRCA) Food and Drugs Act (FDA) Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Act Publications Science policy note SPN2014-02, Estimating dislodgeable foliar residues and turf transferable residues

Benzodiazepines and Other Targeted Substances Regulations

Dec 9, 2019 ... the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. (Loi) adult adult means an individual of 18 years of age or older. (adulte) advertisement advertisement, in respect of a targeted substance, includes any representation by any means for the purpose of promoting, directly or indirectly, the sale or other disposal of the targeted substance. (publicité) common-law partner common-law

Terminology used in the drug and health products inspections database (DHPID)

Jan 2, 2020 ...: A targeted inspection is a non-routine inspection, also known as a 'for cause' inspection. We carry out this type of inspection any time we are concerned that a company may not be following the laws that apply to them. Disclaimer This web page does not constitute part of the Food and Drugs Act (the Act) or its Regulations. In the event of any inconsistency

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