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Recent Trade News

Safe Food For Canadians Licence Renewals
Jan 08, 2021 CFIA

Statement By Minister Ng On Canada’s Request For CUSMA Dispute Settlement Consultations With United States On Canadian Solar Products
Jan 07, 2021 Global Affairs Canada

Canada Announces Steps To Ensure Stability For Canada-United Kingdom Trade In Goods
Dec 22, 2020 Global Affairs Canada

Minister Ng Introduces Legislation In House Of Commons To Implement Canada-United Kingdom Trade Continuity Agreement
Dec 09, 2020 Global Affairs Canada

Implementation Of Chapters Of The Animal Products Import Policy Framework
Dec 02, 2020 CFIA

Canada Successfully Concludes Talks On Transitional Trade Continuity Agreement With The United Kingdom
Nov 21, 2020 Global Affairs Canada

Updated Requirements For Importing Organic Fresh Fruits And Vegetables
Oct 02, 2020 CFIA

New And Temporary Import Requirements On Romaine Lettuce
Oct 02, 2020 CFIA

U.S. Backs Down On Aluminum Tariffs
Sep 16, 2020 Pacific Customs Brokers

Canadian Tariffs On U.S. Products Coming Within Days
Sep 15, 2020 CSCB

Additional Organic Produce Import Requirements
Sep 10, 2020

Longshoremen Return To Work At The Port Of Montreal As Negotiations Continue
Aug 24, 2020

Port Of Montreal Labour Disruption – Vessel Options
Aug 19, 2020

72-Hour Strike From July 27 to 31 At Port Of Montreal
Aug 10, 2020

Canada Retaliates With New Surtaxes Imposed On Goods Imported From The U.S.
Aug 07, 2020

U.S. Imposes A 10% Duty On Canadian Aluminium Effective August 16th, 2020
Aug 06, 2020 Pacific Customs Brokers

Reduced Inspection Frequencies For Meat Imported From Australia And New Zealand
Aug 04, 2020 CFIA

Reminder On SFCR Requirements For The Manufactured Food Sector
Jul 10, 2020 Pacific Customs Brokers

Safe Food For Canadians Regulations (SFCR) Requirement For The Manufactured Food Commodities
Jun 29, 2020 CFIA

CFIA Updates Document Requirements On Imports Of Broth, Flavour And Extracts Of Meat Origin
May 15, 2020 Pacific Customs Brokers

Mobile Crane Imports To The U.S. Under Section 232 Investigation
May 07, 2020 Pacific Customs Brokers

New USMCA Trade Pact To Go Into Effect On July 1
Apr 29, 2020 Pacific Customs Brokers

CN Rail COVID-19 Update (April 17, 2020)
Apr 20, 2020 Pacific Customs Brokers

Updated Import Requirements for Mexican Cilantro and Cantaloupe
Apr 08, 2020 Pacific Customs Brokers

Revised NAFTA Will Not Take Effect On June 1, As Trump Had Hoped
Apr 02, 2020 Pacific Customs Brokers

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Administrative Monetary Penalties Webinar

By Pacific Customs Brokers, CFIA Feb 03, 2020

Following the coming into force of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) on January 15, 2019, the Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Regulations (AAAMPR) were amended and published in the Canada Gazette Part II on May 1, 2019.

The amendments expand Administrative Monetary Penalties (AMPs) as an enforcement response option for all food commodities. They allowed the CFIA to continue issuing AMPs for non-compliance in the meat sector, which were introduced in 2015.

AMPs are an enforcement action that the CFIA may take when a regulated party does not meet certain regulatory requirements. AMPs can be issued as a notice of violation with only a warning or with a monetary penalty. This is determined by taking into account potential or actual harm, the intent and compliance history of the regulated party.

Learn More

The CFIA is hosting webinar sessions to provide you with information on AMPs including:

  • the recent amendments to the Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties (AAAMP) Regulations and what it means for industry
  • how the CFIA will use AMPs

Food businesses are encouraged to sign up for a web-based information session to learn more about the AMPs.

Register for one of the following sessions:

Tuesday, February 11, 2020 9:30 am, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)

Thursday, February 13, 2020 1:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)

Additional Information

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