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AMENDMENTS

Title or working title of the regulatory initiative

New Brunswick Egg Order (Amendment)

New Brunswick Hog Order (Amendment)

New Brunswick Milk Order (Amendment)

New Brunswick Potato Order (Amendment)

New Brunswick Primary Forest Products Order (Amendment)

New Brunswick Turkey Order (Amendment)

Description of the objective

These orders under the Agricultural Products Marking Act (APMA) are granted by the Governor in Council to allow the provincial commodity boards to regulate the marketing of the products in interprovincial and export trade.

Amendments may include possible changes to the name of the commodity board, the name of the provincial act, a review of the definition of the product to ensure that it is consistent with the provincial definition, updating information, and/or removing the term “by order” from sections 3 and/or 4 of these orders to facilitate streamlining the setting of levies under APMA.

Indication of business impacts

There are no expected business impacts.

Public consultation opportunities

Consultations on all proposed orders are conducted with provincial commodity boards and provincial supervisory boards on an ongoing basis via email and face-to-face meetings. There may be a consultation opportunity through the pre-publication in the Canada Gazette, Part l in the 2017-2019 planning period. The Forward Regulatory Plan will be updated as more information becomes available.

Departmental contact

aafc.regulation-reglementation.aac@canada.ca

CONSEQUENTIAL REPEAL OF SUBSIDIARY ORDERS

Title or working title of the regulatory initiative

New Brunswick Hog Marketing Levies (Interprovincial and Export) Order (Repeal)

New Brunswick Potato Marketing Levies (Interprovincial and Export) Order (Repeal)

New Brunswick Potato Marketing Levies (Interprovincial and Export) Order No. 2 (Repeal)

Description of the objective

Amendments to the federal delegation orders to remove the term “by order” from sections 3 and/or 4 would simplify regulatory processes and improve the efficiency of the Agricultural Products Marking Act, and will eliminate the need for these subsidiary orders.

Indication of business impacts

There are no expected business impacts.

Public consultation opportunities

Consultations on all proposed orders are conducted with provincial commodity boards and provincial supervisory boards on an ongoing basis via email and face-to-face meetings. There may be a consultation opportunity through the pre-publication in the Canada Gazette, Part l in the 2017-2019 planning period. The Forward Regulatory Plan will be updated as more information becomes available.

Departmental contact

aafc.regulation-reglementation.aac@canada.ca

For more information

To learn about upcoming or ongoing consultations on proposed federal regulations, visit the Canada Gazette and Consulting with Canadians websites.