Updated Topic –Sponsoring a parent or grandparent

April 25 2017 – How does the Parent and Grandparent Program (PGP) selection process work, how many people are selected, what to do if you are selected…

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ENF 27

Permanent resident card

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OB 638

Implementation of the Resettlement Operations Centre in Ottawa

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OB 472-A (modified)

LINC and CLIC certificate issuance policy

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ENF 10

Removals

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Health Canada proposes stronger rules regarding the importation of pesticides for personal use

Health Canada is concerned about the dangers of unregistered pesticides being brought into Canada. Unregistered pesticides brought in from other countries have not been assessed for safety by the Department, and may not be labelled or packaged properly for safe use in Canada.

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Proposed changes to the Personal Use Import Exemption in the Pest Control Products Regulations

Pesticides are registered in Canada only after a rigorous scientific evaluation determines that no harm to human health or the environment will result from exposure or use. Under the current Pest Control Products Act (PCPA), it is prohibited to manufacture, possess, handle, store, transport, import, distribute or use a pest control product (pesticide) that is not registered under the PCPA.

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Statement from Health Canada on the Testing of Cannabis for Medical Purposes for Unauthorized Pest Control Products

OTTAWA – Recently, two licensed producers of cannabis for medical purposes undertook voluntary recalls of cannabis products that contained low levels of prohibited pest control products (myclobutanil/bifenazate/pyrethrins). Under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations (ACMPR), licensed producers are permitted to use only the 13 pest control products that are currently approved for use on cannabis under the Pest Control Products Act (PCPA).

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Heart Month

February is Heart Month, a time to bring attention to the importance of cardiovascular health, and what we can to reduce our risk of cardiovascular disease.

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