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Prime Time News

Now available to the public, Prime Time News is a monthly electronic newsletter that provides readers with a reliable source of municipal, provincial, federal and international news chosen for its interest to our industry. It also updates readers on technological breakthroughs, general corporate business news and on events of immediate interest and impact on our industry’s business activities.

Current issue: September 2017

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Recent Items Addressed in Regulatory News (For Members Only)

  • Members Updated on CPCA’s Response to the Parliamentary Committee Report on the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: Final Government Response Expected Before Mid-October
  • CPCA Shares with Members Key Biomonitoring Summary Results of Canadian Health Measures Survey Covering Four Cycles
  • Comments Filed Regarding Proposed Order to Add a Long List of Cobalt Compounds to Schedule I
  • Members Informed of Ontario Ministry of Environment’s Intention to Reduce Red Tape Burden on the Current Toxics Reduction Plan Process and Schedule
  • Two More WHMIS 2015 Requirements Clarified with Health Canada and Updates Made to CPCA’s Technical FAQ Document
  • Feedback Sought on Possible Impact of Government’s Intent to Further Restrict the Significant New Activity Limits for DEGME in Consumer Stains in Addition to Paints
  • Government Publishes Section 71 Data Gathered During Phase 2 Plan of the Chemicals Management Plan
  • CPCA and IPPIC Members Discuss the Growing Worldwide Trend of Bans and Use Restrictions for Preservatives in Paint
  • Proposed Regulation to Facilitate Organizational Wind-up of Industry Funding Organizations (IFO) Approved
  • Members Reminded of Need to Respond to Looming Deadline for the Second Risk Management Survey

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