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Found 10 records similar to Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit Program (CPTC) - Certified Productions
The Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office (CAVCO) receives applications under both the Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit (CPTC) and the Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit (PSTC) programs. CAVCO provides monthly updates on its processing of applications under each program. The first three tables below show the number of business days it took for files certified in a given month to progress from when an application was complete to when it was certified. CAVCO's service standard for processing applications is 120 business days.
Canadian Program Certification helps independent Canadian program producers to obtain Canadian certification for TV productions that use mainly Canadian crews and talents.
- Individuals issued more than one certificate in 2012 are counted here only once. ** Indicates that some, not all, branches of this trade have a Red Seal designation. N/A = Not Applicable. Note 1: This number includes the number of Interprovincial Red Seals Issued to Completed Apprentices and Trainees in 2012 regardless of the year the apprentices or trainees completed their training.
The combined number of apprentices certified and individuals issued qualification certificates by trade and by year for the the last six calendar years. Includes averages and per cent changes.
Searchable database listing the fertilizer products that are registered.
This data set has estimated Canadian monthly production data by province. The National Energy Board estimates production based on provincial data. The estimated production is also available at this page: http://www.neb-one.gc.ca/nrg/sttstc/crdlndptrlmprdct/stt/stmtdprdctn-eng.html
This Instruction establishes the criteria that must be met in order for an IT product to be eligible for certification under the Canadian CC Scheme.
The purpose of the Fish, Seafood and Production Division is to develop and promote appropriate product and process standards that contribute to the achievement of acceptable quality, safety and identity of fish and seafood products, and to provide reasonable assurance of compliance with these standards.