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Under the Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Act and Regulations, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) may issue an Administrative Monetary Penalty (AMP) as an enforcement measure to encourage compliance with the Health of Animals Act, the Plant Protection Act, the Meat Inspection Act and their associated regulations.
The following tables contain data on administrative monetary penalties (AMPs) issued by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) as part of compliance actions, as permitted under the Nuclear Safety and Control Act. In the current tables, which contains details on companies and individuals, data more than two years old is removed as per CNSC policy in conjunction with the annual update to the CSNC’s Regulatory actions Web page (https://www.cnsc-ccsn.gc.ca/eng/acts-and-regulations/regulatory-action/index.cfm). The historical dataset does not contain this identifying information, and serves to illustrate trends in penalties issued over the longer term.
Licences of registered establishments or companies can be suspended or cancelled for failing to comply with relevant CFIA Acts and Regulations.
The following tables provide statistical information about the Administrative Monetary Penalty System (AMPS) penalties; zero-rated penalties are not included.
The table consolidates the human resources, financial resources and contracting services on evaluation and the use of evaluation reports submitted by large departments and agencies.
Departmental Plan (DPs) are forward-looking documents that provide plans for each department and agency (excluding Crown corporations). They describe departmental priorities, expected results and associated resource requirements covering three fiscal years.
DPs are normally tabled by the President of the Treasury Board on behalf of the Government of Canada, on or before March 31 each year. They are a component of Part III (Departmental Expenditure Plans) of the Estimates process, along with the Departmental Result Reports.
In general, Canadians are not supportive of the current mandatory minimum penalties (MMPs) regime and prefer a more individualized approach to sentencing.
We also found:
Most Canadians indicated that they have a low to moderate level of knowledge of MMPs (52% low and 28% moderate).
Over three quarters (77%) of Canadians believed that in general, applying the same minimum sentence to all offenders who are convicted of the same offence is now fair and appropriate. Only 16% of Canadians believed MMPs lead to fair sentences.
This product provides information on Canadian Wheat Board Payments (Initial and Final), over a two-year period. $/tonne (Basis Edmonton/Calgary) Initial Payment, Adjusted Payment, Final Payment and Realized Payment for Wheat and Designated Barley are included.
Within 15 days of the day on which the compulsory licence was granted or the supply agreement was signed, whichever is later, the pharmaceutical company must complete and submit to the patent holder and the Commissioner of Patents a "Solemn or Statutory Declaration Under Paragraph 21.16(1)(b) of the Patent Act".