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The consultation closed 2014-10-31
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)'s draft Compliance Promotion Strategy is now available for comment. This document describes how the CFIA, other governments, industry, academia, non-governmental organizations and consumers can work together to promote regulatory parties' compliance with the CFIA's legislative requirements. The draft strategy builds on feedback collected during earlier rounds of consultation.
When commenting, please consider:
- the benefits of the proposed approach;
- any gaps that may not have been addressed;
- challenges that may exist in implementing the strategy;
- what the Agency can do to mitigate these challenges; and
- what you could do to mitigate these challenges.
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