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A Railway Operating Certificate is an official document issued by Transport Canada, under the authority of the Railway Safety Act, to authorize a railway company or local railway company to operate in Canada. Companies apply for a Railway Operating Certificate by completing an application form and submitting it to Transport Canada. Below is a list of railway companies and local railway companies that have been issued a Railway Operating Certificate. Since January 1, 2015, new companies must obtain a Railway Operating Certificate prior to commencing operations in Canada.
This document clarifies the requirements to be met for the issuance of a Certificate of a Pharmaceutical Product (CPP) or a certificate of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and describes the procedure for their request.
Mobility indicators are available for selected trades and trade groups, by mode of certification and type of measurement. These indicators include journeypersons who did not move from the province of certification (absence of mobility), those who moved (out), the province or grouped territories they moved (in) and differences between these two indicators (net), by type of mobility, one and three years after certification. The size and median age of cohorts at certification, as well as the number of tax filers contributing to these estimates are also provided.
Canadian Program Certification helps independent Canadian program producers to obtain Canadian certification for TV productions that use mainly Canadian crews and talents.
Canadian General Standards Board list of quality and
environmental management system clients including name,
location, ISO model, Certificate number, and original registration
A Certificate of Registration is issued to manufacturers of Transport Canada specification cylinders or tubes who meet the requirements of the Canadian Standards Association, Standard CSA B339. The manufacturer's registered mark indicated on the Certificate of Registration is included in the permanent marking of each cylinder or tube. A Certificate of Registration is valid for a period of five years.
Canadian General Standards Board list of certification and qualification programs. List contains company name and location, product or services description, date of listing and status, product or services listing number.
Health Canada is pleased to announce the fourth publication of the Guidance Document: Certificates of Supplementary Protection.
These lists provide the following information on productions for which a Canadian film or video production (Part A) certificate (defined in subsection 125.4(1) of the Income Tax Act) was issued: the title of the production for which the certificate was issued, and the name of the taxpayer(s) to whom the certificate was issued. Where a production is a series, note it is possible that not all episodes were certified. Approximately every six months, the list of certified productions since 2010 will be withdrawn and replaced with a new update to report the addition of newly certified productions and the removal of revoked productions.
- 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.