Key takeaways are now available from the full-day stakeholder engagement session concerning new supply chain due diligence legislation that is expected to be introduced by the Canadian government in 2024. Details here.
The (FDA) announced a 6-month delay of the facility registration and product listing requirements under the Modernization of Cosmetics Regulation Act (MoCRA). Details here.
The Government of Canada recently announced the launch of new registration requirements and a new Client Identification Database to reduce risks associated with dangerous goods. Read up on the details, and find out if your goods are affected.
The Canadian Ombudsperson for Responsible Enterprise (CORE), conducted a webinar this month to detail CORE’s purpose, mandate and in particular to provide details about its procedures for reviewing complaints and current cases. Watch it here.
The U.S. Department of Commerce officially initiated its less-than-fair-value and countervailing duty investigations on aluminum extrusions from 15 countries. Find out all the details, if your goods are affected, and how to submit your comments to Commerce, here.
The CFIA will activate the automatic verification of Safe Food for Canadians (SFC) licences for imports of manufactured foods on February 12, 2024. Food import transactions will be automatically rejected unless a valid SFC licence is declared. Details here.
The FDA will require most cosmetics manufacturing and processing companies to register and list their products by December 29, 2023 to comply with MoCRA. Find out if your products are affected, and how to register here.
The U.S. announced its decision to withdraw support for proposals on data flows and source code currently being discussed in World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations on e-commerce. Find out all the details here.
Temporary unavailability of CFIA's system maintenance services will run from October 28, 2023, at 3:00 PM to October 30, 2023. Find out all the details and necessary steps for importers to navigate this period seamlessly.