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The purpose of this document is to inform pesticide registrants and other interested groups and agencies about the current regulatory status of chlorofluorocarbons (CFC's) under the authority of the Pest Control Products Act.
In this Regulatory Directive, Health Canada's Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) describes new provisions for the protection of proprietary interests in data submitted to the PMRA in support of registration, re-evaluation and special review of pesticides, including technical grade active ingredients and their manufacturing concentrates as well as end-use products.
This directive outlines the requirements for the registration of microbial pest control agents and products proposed for pest management in Canada at this time.
In accordance with the Pest Control Products Incident Reporting Regulations, pesticide registrants and applicants are required to report to the Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) all incidents associated with their products.
The purpose of this document is to communicate a revised procedure for amending the Product Register to reflect a change in a registrant's name or a change in registrant.
The purpose of this document is to communicate to industry and other interested parties, revisions to the requirements for submitting documents to Health Canada's Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) in support of applications to register or amend a pest control product registration, re-evaluation or special review.
The purpose of this document is to inform pesticide registrants and other interested groups and agencies about the regulatory status of pesticides for use in forest management, woodlands management, and on ornamentals.
The purpose of this regulatory directive is to inform registrants, researchers and other interested groups and agencies of revisions to Regulatory Directive Dir93-22, Chemical Pesticides Research Permit Guidelines. The revisions do not involve changes to the data requirements .
The purpose of this regulatory directive is to inform applicants, provinces and territories, user groups, and other interested parties that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Joint Review Programs for Reduced-Risk Pesticides will be extended by the Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) to include submissions made to the PMRA only.
Canada regularly inspects registrants that sell or distribute pest control products. These registrants are usually companies that own the pesticide registrations. Every year, PMRA inspect about 10% of companies. Inspections usually take 4 to 8 weeks; an additional 4 weeks may be needed if samples have been sent to the federal laboratory for testing.