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Risk assessments are conducted under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 to determine whether there are risks resulting from exposure of Canadians to a substance, or releases of a substance into the environment, and the specific ways Canadians or the environment can be affected.
The Department of Public Services and Procurement Canada, in its role as Receiver General for Canada, is responsible for the management and safeguarding of all federal government money. The Receiver General uses a centralized banking system (Government Banking System or GBS) to record the inflow of funds. Data is stored in the GBS detailing the dates and amounts for deposits received at financial institutions. This dataset, entitled “Summary of remittance deposits collected on behalf of participating federal departments”, provides details extracted from the Government Banking System of statistical information related to payments made by the public at their financial institution to the credit of the Receiver General.
Learn about chemical substance risk assessments under the Chemicals Management Plan.
The following information includes the status of litigation, appeals, and judicial reviews related to NEB or Governor in Council decisions. Where possible, the database provides a link to an external third-party controlled website, such as the Court database or an online version of the decision. It does not include civil claims or judicial reviews of administrative decisions. The database is searchable by project name, parties or filing date.
The Chemicals Management Plan (CMP) is a Government of Canada initiative aimed at reducing the risks posed by chemicals to Canadians and their environment.
Compilation of data collected during evaluation of challenge check and reference controls produced by CFIA and used in the CFIA Potato Approval Program.
Information received in response to notices published in the Canada Gazette under sections 46 and 71 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act 1999 (CEPA). These notices target certain substances under the Chemicals Management Plan. Supplemental Information
To increase transparency and to facilitate access to information on substances in commerce in Canada, these documents provide the non-confidential information collected by the Government of Canada under the respective notices. Important information about these summaries:
Some information gathered under these initiatives was considered Confidential Business Information (CBI) by the submitters.
Every day, we are exposed to chemicals and pollutants - in our air, food and water. There are chemicals in everyday products we use at work, at home and at play. While some chemicals may be beneficial to our health, others may pose a health risk if they're not handled properly.
Join Health Canada's Chemical Contaminants e-Notice, a free service to stay on top of issued advice as well as regulatory and scientific developments in the area of food chemical contaminants in Canada.
Biomonitoring is a key tool used as an indicator and quantitative measure of exposure to chemicals in the environment. Human biomonitoring data contribute to our understanding of exposure and provide information to inform the management of the health risks posed by chemicals.