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Learn how Health Canada regulates pesticides and other pest control products to make sure that they can be used safely and effectively.
The Pesticide Product Information Database allows the public to view information on products, active ingredients, and programs related to pesticides and other pest control products that are regulated by Health Canada.
Rate and amount of insecticides applied by jurisdiction, pest and product
Area treated with insecticides by jurisdiction, pest, product and ownership
Searchable database listing the fertilizer products that are registered.
Area treated with insecticides by jurisdiction, insect pest, product and application method
The archive found in the Zenodo repository contains the most recent and historical (dating back to 2018) extracts of the entire National Forestry Database. This includes data pertaining to: wood supply, forest fires, forest products, silviculture, jurisdictional revenues, insect defoliation and pest control.
Health Canada's interpretation of controlled substances prescribing activities pharmacists can perform under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
Categorization was required by the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999) and is a first step to finding out which of these chemical substances require further attention in the form of assessment, research and/or measures to control their use or release. This task was completed by September 2006, as required by the act. Using information from Canadian industry, academic research and other countries, Government of Canada scientists worked with partners in applying a set of rigorous tools to the 23,000 chemical substances on the Domestic Substances List (DSL). They were categorized to identify those that were:
Inherently toxic to humans or to the environment and that might be:
- Persistent (take a very long time to break down), and/or
- Bioaccumulative (collect in living organisms and end up in the food chain)
Substances to which people might have greatest potential for exposure.
In over 150 offices around the world and across Canada, our trade commissioners provide expert advice and problem-solving skills—whether you export, or partner or invest abroad. This data set includes the names, location, contact information and sectors of responsibility of Canadian Trade Commissioners.