ARCHIVED — Vol. 146, No. 16 — April 21, 2012

COMMISSIONS

CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY

SPECIAL IMPORT MEASURES ACT

Certain potassium silicate solids — Decisions

On April 3, 2012, pursuant to paragraph 39(1)(a) of the Special Import Measures Act, the President of the Canada Border Services Agency extended to 135 days the time periods for making preliminary decisions with respect to the investigations into the alleged dumping and subsidizing of potassium silicate (also known as silicic acid, potassium salt; potassium water glass; potash water glass; potassium silicate glass), of all grades and ratios in a soluble solid including chunks, flakes or powder forms originating in or exported from the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Consequently, the decisions to issue the preliminary determinations or to terminate all or part of the investigations will be made on or before May 22, 2012.

Information

For information, contact Ben Walker, 613-952-8665 (telephone), 613-948-4844 (fax), simaregistry@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca (email), or Simon Duval, 613-948-6464 (telephone), 613-948-4844 (fax), simaregistry@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca (email) at the Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate.

Ottawa, April 3, 2012

CATERINA ARDITO-TOFFOLO
Acting Director General
Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate

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CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

INCOME TAX ACT

Revocation of registration of a charity

The following notice of proposed revocation was sent to the charity listed below revoking it for failure to meet the parts of the Income Tax Act as listed in this notice:

“Notice is hereby given, pursuant to paragraphs 168(1)(b), 168(1)(c), 168(1)(d) and 168(1)(e) of the Income Tax Act, that I propose to revoke the registration of the organization listed below and that the revocation of registration is effective on the date of publication of this notice.”

Business Number

Name
Address

857077812RR0001

HARVARD MANOR RESIDENCE OF TORONTO, TORONTO, ONT.

CATHY HAWARA
Director General
Charities Directorate

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CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

INCOME TAX ACT

Revocation of registration of charities

The following notice of intention to revoke was sent to the charities listed below because they have not met the filing requirements of the Income Tax Act:

“Notice is hereby given, pursuant to paragraph 168(1)(c) of the Income Tax Act, that I propose to revoke the registration of the charities listed below and that by virtue of paragraph 168(2)(b) thereof, the revocation of the registration is effective on the date of publication of this notice.”

Business Number

Name
Address

101944841RR0001

LE CENTRE DE LA PETITE ENFANCE DES P’TITS MARINGOUINS, MATAGAMI (QC)

104004163RR0001

OPASKWAYAK EDUCATIONAL AUTHORITY INC., OPASKWAYAK, MAN.

106734460RR0001

ASSOCIATION RÉGIONALE DE LOISIRS POUR PERSONNES HANDICAPÉES DE LA MAURICIE INC., TROIS-RIVIÈRES (QC)

106804701RR0001

THE BOYS’ HOME FOR YOUTH, TORONTO, ONT.

106914872RR0001

CHILDREN’S RESOURCE & CONSULTATION CENTRE OF ONTARIO, TORONTO, ONT.

107466344RR0001

LAKE MELVILLE COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT INCORPORATED, HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L.

107574352RR0001

THE KNEEHILL AMBULANCE SERVICE, THREE HILLS, ALTA.

107725913RR0001

MOTHER GOOSE NURSERY INC., WINNIPEG, MAN.

107756199RR0001

MUSEUM ASSOCIATION OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, ST. JOHN’S, N.L.

107761702RR0001

LE CONSEIL NATIONAL DES FEMMES JUIVES DU CANADA (SECTION MONTRÉAL) / NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN OF CANADA (MONTREAL SECTION), MONTRÉAL (QC)

107827461RR0001

PAYUKOTAYNO: JAMES AND HUDSON BAY FAMILY SERVICES, MOOSONEE, ONT.

108161282RR0001

UNIVERSITÉ SAINT-PAUL - SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY, OTTAWA (ONT.)

108161621RR0001

UNIVERSITY INTERNAL MEDICINE RESEARCH FOUNDATION, HALIFAX, N.S.

118793454RR0001

ASSOCIATION DES PERSONNES HANDICAPÉES SOREL-TRACY INC., SOREL-TRACY (QC)

118810308RR0001

BIRTHRIGHT OF CORNWALL, CORNWALL, ONT.

118821990RR0001

BURSTALL SENIOR CITIZENS BOWLING ASSOCIATION INC., BURSTALL, SASK.

118837814RR0001

CAPITAL FAMILIES ASSOCIATION, VICTORIA, B.C.

118844463RR0001

CENTRE COMMUNAUTAIRE DES AÎNÉS DE ST-MICHEL-ROSEMONT, MONTRÉAL (QC)

118880624RR0001

CRYSTAL SPRINGS HAPPY GANG INC., CRYSTAL SPRINGS, SASK.

118889732RR0001

DUNOLLIE FARM INC., CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I.

118966142RR0001

ICELANDIC CARE HOME HÖFN SOCIETY, VANCOUVER, B.C.

118979517RR0001

KENNETH G. GRAY FOUNDATION, TORONTO, ONT.

118979988RR0001

KEREN TZEDAKAH CHARITABLE TRUST, TORONTO, ONT.

118981141RR0001

KINCAID AND DISTRICT ARTS COUNCIL INC., KINCAID, SASK.

119008431RR0001

L’ASSEMBLÉE SPIRITUELLE DES BAHA’IS DE RAWDON, RAWDON (QC)

119010957RR0001

LE CENTRE CULTUREL AU MOULIN, BLIND RIVER (ONT.)

119020378RR0002

INSTITUT DE RÉADAPTATION GINGRAS-LINDSAY-DE-MONTRÉAL, MONTRÉAL (QC)

119052124RR0001

(C.A.H.R.D.) CENTRE FOR ABORIGINAL HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT INC., WINNIPEG, MAN.

119053973RR0001

PERFORMING ARTS NB INC., SAINT JOHN, N.B.

119067635RR0001

ONTARIO COLLEGES ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, NORTH YORK, ONT.

119070662RR0001

OSHAWA BLOCK PARENT ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED, OSHAWA, ONT.

119076297RR0001

PARACHUTE, REVUE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN INC., MONTRÉAL (QC)

119097772RR0001

PRAIRIE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY INSTITUTE, HUMBOLDT, SASK.

119114742RR0001

REGROUPEMENT LACT-O-BÉBÉS, CHICOUTIMI (QC)

119153377RR0001

SOCIÉTÉ DES ARTS OF LEAF RAPIDS INC., LEAF RAPIDS (MAN.)

119157618RR0001

SOUTH FRASER FAMILY CHILDCARE SOCIETY, SURREY, B.C.

119174100RR0001

ST. FRANCOIS XAVIER VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION INC., ST. FRANCOIS XAVIER, MAN.

119183606RR0001

LAMBTON HOSPITALS GROUP AUXILIARIES, SARNIA, ONT.

119199222RR0001

ST. PHILIP’S CEMETERY COMPANY, WESTVILLE, N.S.

119236255RR0001

PINE GROVE FOUNDATION INC., FREDERICTON, N.B.

119284784RR0001

VICTORIAN ORDER OF NURSES - PEEL BRANCH, TORONTO, ONT.

119284925RR0001

VICTORIAN ORDER OF NURSES, ALGOMA BRANCH, SAULT STE. MARIE, ONT.

119284933RR0001

VICTORIAN ORDER OF NURSES SIMCOE COUNTY BRANCH, BARRIE, ONT.

121491807RR0008

LOYAL EDMONTON REGIMENT UNIT FUND, EDMONTON, ALTA.

121491807RR0047

THE ALGONQUINS REGIMENT (R.C.I.C.) ALQ R UNIT FUND, NORTH BAY, ONT.

121773139RR0001

REGROUPEMENT DES CENTRES DE LA PETITE ENFANCE DE LAVAL (R.C.P.E.L.), LAVAL (QC)

127067460RR0001

LES SCOUTS DU DISTRICT DE LANAUDIÈRE INC., NOTRE-DAME-DES-PRAIRIES (QC)

127624443RR0001

A.W.H.L.-ASSAULTED WOMEN’S HELPLINE, TORONTO, ONT.

129392635RR0001

KENORA ASSEMBLY OF RESOURCES, KENORA, ONT.

129397840RR0001

GOLDSTREAM PRE-SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, VICTORIA, B.C.

130061443RR0001

MOUNTAIN PLAINS COMMUNITY SERVICES SOCIETY OF THE NORTH, GRANDE PRAIRIE, ALTA.

130379175RR0001

THE UNITED CHURCH HOUSING CORP OF REGINA, REGINA, SASK.

130726813RR0001

CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION, MID ISLAND BRANCH, NANAIMO, B.C.

131311839RR0001

CENTRE D’HÉBERGEMENT ET DE SOINS DE LONGUE DURÉE DE ST-ANDREW-DE-FATHER-DOWD-ET-DE-ST-MARGARET/ ST. ANDREW’S, FATHER DOWD AND ST. MARGARET’S HOMES, MONTRÉAL (QC)

131690067RR0001

THE REGIS JESUIT COMMUNITY, TORONTO, ONT.

131690125RR0001

REGIS COLLEGE, TORONTO, ONT.

132843988RR0001

ALLIANCE HOSPICE, TORONTO, ONT.

133113118RR0001

SAINT DEMETRIUS ORTHODOX CHURCH LADY LAKE, PREECEVILLE, SASK.

133244699RR0001

WENTWORTH VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE, WENTWORTH, N.S.

133382655RR0001

NOVA SCOTIA BLOCK PARENT ADVISORY BOARD, RESERVE MINES, N.S.

133535948RR0001

CENTRE DE LA PETITE ENFANCE ROSAMIE, LAVAL (QC)

133629097RR0001

COCHRANE ECOLOGICAL INSTITUTE COCHRANE WILDLIFE RESERVE SOCIETY, COCHRANE, ALTA.

133941609RR0001

ASSOCIATION DE DÉFENSE DES DROITS DES PERSONNES HANDICAPÉES DE GASPÉ INC., GASPÉ (QC)

134330539RR0001

LITERACY NEW BRUNSWICK INC. / ALPHABÉTISATION NOUVEAU BRUNSWICK INC., FREDERICTON, N.B.

134861160RR0001

SETTLEMENT AND INTEGRATION SERVICES ORGANIZATION, HAMILTON, ONT.

135463115RR0001

FONDATION DU CENTRE D’HÉBERGEMENT ET DE SOINS DE LONGUE DURÉE DE LAC-SAINT-JEAN-EST, METABETCHOUAN-LAC À LA CROIX (QC)

135562304RR0001

NEW HOME IMMIGRATION AND SETTLEMENT CENTRE, EDMONTON, ALTA.

136455151RR0001

CENTRE D’APPRENTISSAGE ET DE FORMATION + DE CORNWALL, CORNWALL (ONT.)

136686896RR0001

AGRICULTURE, DEVELOPMENT AND DIVERSIFICATION BOARD NO. 40, ROSETOWN, SASK.

137438453RR0001

BANQUE ALIMENTAIRE MEMPHRÉMAGOG INC., MAGOG (QC)

137938072RR0001

LA RELÂCHE (RÉPIT V.S.), PINCOURT (QC)

139536502RR0001

ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE POUR LA SANTÉ MENTALE CÔTE-NORD INC., PORT-CARTIER (QC)

140669680RR0001

BLACK CAP PLAYERS MUSIC & MIME TROUPE INC., SIMCOE, ONT.

140675570RR0001

LE C.A.R.R.E. COMPTOIR ALIMENTAIRE DE RENCONTRES, DE RÉFÉRENCES ET D’ENTRAIDE INC., MONTRÉAL (QC)

141001578RR0001

SOCIÉTÉ DE GÉNÉALOGIE DE LONGUEUIL, LONGUEUIL (QC)

141048280RR0001

GATEWAY COMMUNITY CHILDCARE CENTRE SOCIETY, SURREY, B.C.

803152610RR0001

CEASE-FIRE: COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMS SOCIETY, QUALICUM BEACH, B.C.

805056017RR0001

PERSPECTIVES JEUNESSE, MONTRÉAL (QC)

812340743RR0001

CANADA-NIGERIA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (CANCODA), KANATA, ONT.

814507091RR0001

GOL INTERNATIONAL INC., OTTAWA, ONT.

815835459RR0001

IGLESIA CRISTIANA LA ROCA FELLOWSHIP, BURNABY, B.C.

817390867RR0001

FAMILY CARE FIRST RECOVERY SOCIETY, COQUITLAM, B.C.

818934853RR0001

BEAVER BONES AND BEANS FOOD BANK SOCIETY, HIGH LEVEL, ALTA.

822439154RR0001

METRO VANCOUVER DREAM CENTRE SOCIETY, BURNABY, B.C.

824592059RR0001

ZOOTHÉRAPIE LES PATTES À JOIE, MASCOUCHE (QC)

824631865RR0001

123 CARE FOR ME CHILD CARE INC., STURGIS, SASK.

826861163RR0001

FONDATION DES OFFICES JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAUX DU QUÉBEC, MONTRÉAL (QC)

826920696RR0001

CORPORATION D’ENTRAIDE COMMUNAUTAIRE DU SECTEUR NORD DE CHICOUTIMI, CHICOUTIMI (QC)

827307745RR0001

JUNI-SPORT, MONTRÉAL (QC)

829013671RR0001

RÉSEAU QUÉBÉCOIS POUR CONTRER LES ABUS ENVERS LES AÎNÉS, VERDUN (QC)

830290342RR0001

UNIVERSITY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES, TORONTO, ONT.

832882724RR0001

FONDATION C.H. SAINT-VINCENT-MARIE, SAINT-LAURENT (QC)

835490327RR0001

AMGITS COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ASSOCIATION, NORTH BATTLEFORD, SASK.

836145490RR0001

SISO FOUNDATION, HAMILTON, ONT.

836590364RR0001

MOVING IN NEW DIRECTIONS SOCIETY, HALIFAX, N.S.

837513266RR0001

RÉVEIL JEUNESSE IMMIGRANTE DE SHERBROOKE (R.J.I.S.), SHERBROOKE (QC)

839751872RR0001

CANADIAN RAINBOW HEALTH COALITION / COALITION SANTÉ ARC-EN-CIEL CANADA, SASKATOON, SASK.

841417496RR0001

SOLID ROCK COMMUNITY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, SCARBOROUGH, ONT.

844693788RR0001

NAVAN ANIMAL RESCUE CORPORATION (NARC), NAVAN, ONT.

845423870RR0001

ABORIGINAL AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION SOCIETY OF BC, KAMLOOPS, B.C.

848875548RR0001

FONDATION F.M.M., MONTRÉAL (QC)

853495174RR0001

FONDATION YVES LAROCHE, POUR LA JEUNESSE ET POUR L’AVENIR, SAINTE-BRIGITTE-DE-LAVAL (QC)

855396073RR0001

HAY RIVER COMMITTEE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, HAY RIVER, N.W.T.

855824405RR0001

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR HEALTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES ARCHIVE AND MUSEUM, INC., ST. JOHN’S, N.L.

858900111RR0001

PRO BONO LAW OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, VANCOUVER, B.C.

859148033RR0001

AMIS DU MONDE, MONTRÉAL (QC)

859325078RR0001

ENSEMBLE TOUT EST POSSIBLE, SAINT-JÉRÔME (QC)

859483141RR0001

THE FOREST HISTORY SOCIETY – CANADA, OTTAWA, ONT.

859744054RR0001

L’ARCHE ANTIGONISH FOUNDATION, ANTIGONISH (N.-É.)

859805129RR0001

LIFEPLEX WELLNESS CENTRE SOCIETY, CORNWALLIS, N.S.

860168012RR0001

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACCESS!, TORONTO, ONT.

860321447RR0001

ARISING WOMEN PLACE, SCARBOROUGH, ONT.

860798859RR0001

CONNECTING AS NEIGHBOURS CO-OPERATIVE, MOOSE JAW, SASK.

861092385RR0001

THE 411 INITIATIVE FOR CHANGE INC./INITIATIVE 411 POUR LE CHANGEMENT INC., OTTAWA, ONT.

861304970RR0001

SOLIDARITÉ ANTI-PAUVRETÉ, MONTRÉAL (QC)

861905297RR0001

LE THÉÂTRE JEUNESSE EN TÊTE, INC., OTTAWA (ONT.)

863121349RR0001

CENTRE MEUBLES-TOIT VAUDREUIL-SOULANGES, VAUDREUIL-DORION (QC)

863864666RR0001

THE COLUMBIA RIVER GREENWAYS ALLIANCE, INVERMERE, B.C.

865864508RR0001

RIVERWOOD CAMPAIGN FOR THE MISSISSAUGA GARDEN PARK, MISSISSAUGA, ONT.

866003114RR0001

ST. MONICA CATHOLIC SCHOOL FOUNDATION, TORONTO, ONT.

867665754RR0001

COMITÉ DES CÉLÉBRATIONS DU CANADA AU QUÉBEC/CELEBRATE CANADA COMMITTEE FOR QUEBEC, MONTRÉAL (QC)

868533522RR0001

L’AUBERGE L’OASIS D’ESPÉRANCE, SAINT-GEORGES (QC)

868645615RR0001

GURDWARA SAHIB YORK CENTRE, SURREY, B.C.

870182920RR0001

PORT ELGIN PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD, PORT ELGIN, N.B.

871982138RR0001

LIL’WAT NATION CULTURAL SOCIETY, MOUNT CURRIE, B.C.

873202733RR0001

MAISON DES JEUNES DU MARIGOT, LAVAL (QC)

873213532RR0001

SOCIÉTÉ DES ARTS INDISCIPLINÉS INC., SAINT-JEAN-PORT-JOLI (QC)

873538243RR0001

FONDS D’ACTION SAINT-LAURENT, QUÉBEC (QC)

875961211RR0001

COMOX VALLEY BRAIN INJURY SOCIETY, COURTENAY, B.C.

876464314RR0001

S.P.E.A.K. (SUICIDE PREVENTION EDUCATION AWARENESS KNOWLEDGE) INC., WINNIPEG, MAN.

876903964RR0001

THE RIVERDALE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTRE, THORNHILL, ONT.

881342919RR0001

YISMAH MOSHE HEVRAJ PINTO CHARITABLE SOCIETY OF ONTARIO, TORONTO, ONT.

884384728RR0001

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CONGREGATION OF DURHAM REGION, OSHAWA, ONT.

884393315RR0001

CANADIAN RELIEF FOUNDATION, BRANTFORD, ONT.

884865767RR0001

RÉSEAU SECOURS ANIMAL (R.S.A.)/ANIMAL RESCUE NETWORK (A.R.N.), MONTRÉAL (QC)

885246850RR0001

CENTRE DE RESSOURCES ÉDUCATIVES ET COMMUNAUTAIRES POUR ADULTES, MONTRÉAL (QC)

885384842RR0001

DUBUC CEMETERY FUND, DUBUC, SASK.

885937110RR0001

SOLDIERS’ MEMORIAL HEALTH AUXILIARY SOCIETY, MIDDLETON, N.S.

886193515RR0001

CANADIAN FARMERS WITH DISABILITIES REGISTRY, AYLESFORD, N.S.

886196559RR0001

GLACE BAY RECREATIONAL SOCIETY, GLACE BAY, N.S.

886324086RR0001

FRIENDS OF THE WATERFRONT, PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S.

886519313RR0001

CHATHAM-KENT VICTIM SERVICES, CHATHAM, ONT.

886579598RR0001

RÉSIDENCE DE LOURDES-LOURDES RESIDENCE INC., NOTRE DAME DE LOURDES (MAN.)

886625995RR0001

ALUMNI OF RABBINICAL COLLEGE OF CANADA - EDUCATIONAL TRUST, MONTRÉAL, QUE.

886664655RR0001

ASSOCIATION DES PERSONNES VIVANT AVEC LA DOULEUR CHRONIQUE, GATINEAU (QC)

887204287RR0001

LES PRODUCTIONS VIRGO, WESTMOUNT (QC)

887384394RR0001

L’ASSOCIATION DES PARENTS DES ENFANTS HANDICAPÉS DE LA RÉGION DE SAINT-HYACINTHE INC., SAINT-HYACINTHE (QC)

888296092RR0001

CENTRE RICHARD BOIVIN POUR ALCOOLIQUES ET TOXICOMANES INC., WESTMOUNT (QC)

888500311RR0001

FONDS OBLAT DE L’UNIVERSITÉ SAINT-PAUL INC., OTTAWA (ONT.)

888545803RR0001

RISE AGAIN MINISTRIES, ORILLIA, ONT.

888681616RR0001

FAMILY RESTORATION SOCIETY, CHILLIWACK, B.C.

888901048RR0001

FONDATION POUR LA RECHERCHE SUR LES IMPRESSIONS SUBLIMINALES/RES FOUNDATION ON SUBL STIM, MONTRÉAL (QC)

889588232RR0001

ASSOCIATION DE LA FIBROMYALGIE DU BAS ST-LAURENT, RIMOUSKI (QC)

889631081RR0001

THE AV PRESERVATION TRUST CA/LE TRUST POUR LA PRÉSERVATION DE L’AV CA,TORONTO, ONT.

889858627RR0001

HEAD INJURY ASSOCIATION - GREY-BRUCE, OWEN SOUND, ONT.

890103112RR0001

VICTORIAN ORDER OF NURSES FOR CANADA NEWFOUNDLAND BRANCH INC., HALIFAX, N.S.

890326184RR0001

BURIN PENINSULA BRIGHTER FUTURES INC., MARYSTOWN, N.L.

890425598RR0001

R.E.I.D (RESEARCH AND EDUCATION ON IMPAIRED DRIVING) ASSOCIATION, BLACKFALDS, ALTA.

890429426RR0001

CENACLE SAINTE-FAMILLE DE LACHUTE, BROWNSBURG-CHATHAM (QC)

890724370RR0001

STANTON TERRITORIAL HOSPITAL AUXILIARY, YELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T.

890767791RR0001

PÉRI-RESSOURCES SERVICE D’ÉDUCATION POUR FEMMES ENCEINTES ET LES PÈRES INC., MONTRÉAL (QC)

890780570RR0001

EDMONTON REGIONAL SEARCH & RESCUE ASSOCIATION, SHERWOOD PARK, ALTA.

890826944RR0001

FONDATION EUGÈNE PROULX INC., MONTRÉAL (QC)

890833742RR0001

DISABILITY INFORMATION AND SERVICES (HALTON AND PEEL), OAKVILLE, ONT.

890945686RR0001

EARLY TIMES THEATRE, BARRIE, ONT.

890992944RR0001

RESSOURCE D’AIDE ET DE DÉPANNAGE POUR ALCOOLIQUES ET TOXICOMANES DE LUSKVILLE, LUSKVILLE (QC)

891266546RR0001

FONDATION DE L’ÉCOLE SAINT-VINCENT SAINT-VINCENT’S SCHOOL FOUNDATION, QUÉBEC (QC)

891400764RR0001

SILVERTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY, SILVERTON, B.C.

891412140RR0001

WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF PERSONS WITH VISION IMPAIRMENT, VANCOUVER, B.C.

891541948RR0001

736 (THUNDER BAY) COMMUNICATION SQUADRON UNIT FUND, THUNDER BAY, ONT.

891569790RR0001

LAKE COUNTRY ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIETY, LAKE COUNTRY, B.C.

891579575RR0001

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ARTS COUNCIL, ST. JOHN’S, N.L.

891993545RR0001

FONDATION DES ÉTOILES/ FOUNDATION OF STARS, LACHINE (QC)

892300708RR0001

INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION OF AFRICAN DEAF AND BLIND CHILDREN (I - READ - ABC), NEWMARKET, ONT.

892397563RR0001

QAY’LLNAGAAY HERITAGE CENTRE SOCIETY, SKIDEGATE, B.C.

892469776RR0001

LESLIEVILLE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION - CHARITABLE TRUST, TORONTO, ONT.

892516568RR0001

THE IRIS FOUNDATION FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN, TORONTO, ONT.

892519653RR0001

CENTRE D’AIDE ET DE RÉFÉRENCES DE SAINTE-ANNE-DES-PLAINES, SAINTE-ANNE-DES-PLAINES (QC)

892541749RR0001

INDIGENOUS EDUCATION COALITION, MUNCEY, ONT.

892619974RR0001

HIGHWAY 43 RCMP VICTIMS’ SERVICES UNIT SOCIETY, WHITECOURT, ALTA.

892664764RR0001

FRIENDS OF MARY SOCIETY, PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S.

892683160RR0001

COMMUNITY FAMILY LINK SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, BURNABY, B.C.

892733866RR0001

ACTIONS BÉNÉVOLES DE STE-HEDWIDGE INC., SAINTE-HEDWIDGE (QC)

892759762RR0001

ODANOKII RESOURCES INC., WINNIPEG, MAN.

892784968RR0001

GRAYHAWK PRESCHOOL INC., CREEMORE, ONT.

892897505RR0001

FATHER MCGIVNEY THEATRE SOCIETY, EDMONTON, ALTA.

892990961RR0001

FORT ST. JAMES VOLUNTEER EXTRICATION SOCIETY, FORT ST. JAMES, B.C.

893053231RR0001

LAICHWILTACH FAMILY LIFE SOCIETY, CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C.

893478438RR0001

BOUFFE-ACTION DE ROSEMONT, MONTRÉAL (QC)

894113372RR0005

BETEL IGLESIA HISPANA CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE, BURNABY, B.C.

894374297RR0001

LE PIVOT DES ÎLES INC., SEPT-ÎLES (QC)

894480391RR0001

CENTRE EURÊKA SANTÉ, LES CÈDRES (QC)

894974336RR0001

LA FONDATION POUR LA PROTECTION DES SITES NATURELS DE L’ÎLE CARAQUET INC., CARAQUET (N.-B.)

895459600RR0001

MUSIC ROOTS SEMINARS INC., TORONTO, ONT.

895681542RR0001

SERVICE D’ACCOMPAGNEMENT MÉDICAL INTENSIF (S.A.M.I.), LONGUEUIL (QC)

896770633RR0001

GRANDE CACHE COMMUNITY PROGRAMS SOCIETY, GRANDE CACHE, ALTA.

897748141RR0001

MANOIR DU CHEMIN POUR LA SOBRIÉTÉ, SENNETERRE (QC)

897875753RR0001

INTERNET INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS DOCUMENTATION NETWORK INTERNET RÉSEAU INTERNATIONAL DE DOCUMENT SUR LES DROITS HUMAINS, OTTAWA, ONT.

CATHY HAWARA
Director General
Charities Directorate

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CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

INCOME TAX ACT

Revocation of registrationof charities

Following a request from the charities listed below to have their status as a charity revoked, the following notice of intention to revoke was sent:

“Notice is hereby given, pursuant to paragraph 168(1)(a) of the Income Tax Act, that I propose to revoke the registration of the charities listed below and that by virtue of paragraph 168(2)(a) thereof, the revocation of the registration is effective on the date of publication of this notice in the Canada Gazette.”

Business Number

Name
Address

128136223RR0001

LOGISOUTIEN INC., DRUMMONDVILLE (QC)

130656457RR0001

CENTRE DE BÉNÉVOLAT DE LA VALLÉE DE L’OR, VAL-D’OR (QC)

138358775RR0001

ENTRE-TIENS D’AVIGNON, CARLETON-SUR-MER (QC)

892232869RR0001

SERVICE DES AIDES FAMILIALES DE LA BAIE, SAGUENAY LA BAIE (QC)

898734652RR0001

ENTRE-TIENS CHALEURS, BONAVENTURE (QC)

CATHY HAWARA
Director General
Charities Directorate

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CANADA-NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR OFFSHORE PETROLEUM BOARD

CANADA-NEWFOUNDLAND ATLANTIC ACCORD IMPLEMENTATION ACT

Call for Bids No. NL12-02 (Area “C” — Flemish Pass)

The Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board hereby gives notice of a call for the submission of bids in respect of one parcel in the Newfoundland and Labrador offshore area.

This notice of the Call for Bids No. NL12-02 is made pursuant and subject to the Canada-Newfoundland Atlantic Accord Implementation Act, S.C. 1987, c. 3, and the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Newfoundland and Labrador Act, R.S.N.L. 1990, c. C-2.

The following is a summary of the Call for Bids No. NL12-02:

(i) Sealed bids will be received by the Board prior to the time of closing of this call for bids. This call for bids will close at 4 p.m., Newfoundland Standard Time, on November 1, 2012, except as specifically provided for in the Call for Bids No. NL12-02.

(ii) All bids must be submitted in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Call for Bids No. NL12-02.

(iii) The parcel is located offshore Newfoundland and Labrador and is described in Schedule I. An Exploration Licence may be issued for this parcel.

(iv) For the purpose of selecting a bid, the sole criterion to be used will be the total amount of money the bidder commits to expend on exploration on the parcel within Period I (“Work Expenditure Bid”).

(v) A minimum bid of $1,000,000 will be required for this parcel in Area “C” — Flemish Pass.

(vi) For the parcel, the Work Expenditure Bid must be accompanied by a bank draft or certified cheque in the amount of $10,000 (“Bid Deposit”) made payable to the Receiver General. Furthermore, the successful bidder will be required to provide, within 15 days of notification of being the successful bidder, a promissory note in the amount of 25% of the Work Expenditure Bid (“Security Deposit”). A credit against the Security Deposit will be made on the basis of 25% of allowable expenditures as described in the Exploration Licence (“Allowable Expenditures”).

(vii) The successful bidder will receive a refund, without interest, of the Bid Deposit when the Security Deposit is posted within 15 days. Failure to post the Security Deposit within 15 days will result in forfeiture of the Bid Deposit and disqualification of the bid.

Following the announcement of the bid results, the Bid Deposits of unsuccessful bidders will be returned, without interest, as soon as possible.

(viii) The interest owner may at its option extend Period I from six years to seven years by providing to the Board before the end of the sixth year of Period I either

  1. (a) a description of 50% contiguous Licence Lands to be surrendered together with a refundable drilling deposit of $1,000,000, or

  2. (b) a $5,000,000 refundable drilling deposit.

A drilling deposit posted pursuant to paragraph (a) or (b) above will be refunded in full if the Exploration Licence is validated for Period II by the drilling of a well on that Exploration Licence. No interest will be paid on the drilling deposit.

If a validation well is not drilled, the drilling deposit will be forfeited to the Receiver General for Canada upon termination of the Exploration Licence at the end of Period I. Allowable Expenditures cannot be applied against the drilling deposit.

(ix) For the parcel, the licence requirement will be one well to be commenced within Period I and diligently pursued thereafter.

(x) For the parcel, rentals will be applicable only in Period II at the following rates:

1st year — $5.00 per hectare

2nd year — $7.50 per hectare

3rd year — $10.00 per hectare

When an Exploration Licence continues in force beyond Period II, rentals will be payable at the rates applicable during the last year of Period II.

Rentals will be payable annually, in advance, and are to be submitted by cheque payable to the Receiver General for Canada, except for rentals applicable to an Exploration Licence continuing beyond Period II, which will be payable monthly, in advance, at the rate of one-twelfth (1/12) of the applicable annual rates.

Rentals will be refunded annually, to a maximum of 100% of the rentals paid in that year, on the basis of a dollar refund for each dollar of Allowable Expenditures for that year.

Carry forward provisions to reduce rentals otherwise payable in ensuing rental years will apply.

Rentals will apply to lands subject to a declaration of significant discovery during the term of the Exploration Licence at the rates and levels of refundability specified above.

  1. (xi) An Allowable Expenditure schedule will have application throughout Period I of the Exploration Licence. The rates of Allowable Expenditures will be reviewed, and may be amended, at the expiration of Period I.
  2. (xii) Rentals (“Significant Discovery Licence”)

Each Significant Discovery Licence shall be subject to the following rental regime after the expiration of the term of the Exploration Licence of origin:

  1. (a) Rentals on Significant Discovery Licences, following the expiry date of the Exploration Licence, shall be at the following base rates:
  2. Year 1 to 5 — $0.00 per hectare
    Year 6 to 10 — $40.00 per hectare
    Year 11 to 15 — $200.00 per hectare
    Year 16 to 20 — $800.00 per hectare

  3. The rental rates applicable to any Significant Discovery Licence resulting from Call for Bids No. NL12-02 will be payable in constant (inflation adjusted) 2013 dollars.

  4. (b) Rental rates of $800.00 will increase by $100.00 for each year beyond year 20, and will be payable in constant (inflation adjusted) 2013 dollars until the Significant Discovery Licence is relinquished or converted to a Production Licence. For greater certainty, the interest owner may relinquish lands to reduce future rental payments.

  5. (c) There shall be no carry forward of excess allowable expenditures from Exploration Licences.

  6. (d) Rentals are to be submitted by bank draft or certified cheque payable to the Receiver General for Canada.

  7. (e) For greater certainty, rentals shall be calculated on the basis of the total hectarage of lands held as part of the Significant Discovery Licence, as of the anniversary date.

  8. (f) Rentals will be refunded annually, to a maximum of one hundred percent (100%) of the rentals paid in that year, on the basis of a dollar refund for each dollar of Allowable Expenditures for that year.

  9. (xiii) A successful bidder will be required to comply with the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Benefits procurement, employment and reporting procedures as established by the Board in its Exploration Benefits Plan Guidelines.

  10. (xiv) The parcel will be subject to the payment of issuance fees and Environmental Studies Research Fund levies.

  11. (xv) The Board is not obliged to accept any bid or issue any interest as a result of this call for bids.

  12. (xvi) Any licence that may be issued shall be in the form of the Exploration Licence attached to the Call for Bids No. NL12-02.

The full text of Call for Bids No. NL12-02 is available at the Board’s Web site (www.cnlopb.nl.ca) or upon request made to the Registrar, Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board, TD Place, 5th Floor, 140 Water Street, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador A1C 6H6, 709-778-1400.

MAX RUELOKKE, P.Eng.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

SCHEDULE I
LAND DESCRIPTION CALL FOR BIDS NO. NL12-02
(Area “C” — Flemish Pass)

Parcel No. 1

Latitude (see footnote 1) Longitude (see footnote 2) Sections Hectares

47°20′ N

46°30′ W

81-100

7 008

47°20′ N

46°45′ W

1-100

35 040

47°20′ N

47°00′ W

1-60

21 024

47°10′ N

46°30′ W

81-100

7 030

47°10′ N

46°45′ W

1-100

35 150

47°10′ N

47°00′ W

1-60

21 090

47°00′ N

46°30′ W

81-100

7 052

47°00′ N

46°45′ W

1-100

35 260

47°00′ N

47°00′ W

1-60

21 156

46°50′ N

46°45′ W

75-80, 85-90, 95-100

6 363

46°50′ N

47°00 ′W

5-10, 15-20, 25-30, 35-40, 45-50, 55-60

12 726

   

Total Hectares

208 899

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CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AGENCY

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT

Replacement class screening report — Annual Minor Re-dredging Program Western Newfoundland and Southern Labrador — Public notice

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) re-declares that annual minor re-dredging in Western Newfoundland and Southern Labrador contained in the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) Replacement Class Screening Report (RCSR) no longer need to undergo individual environmental assessments.

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans has conducted a replacement class screening which consists of a single environmental assessment of projects within a designated class. The details of this replacement class screening are provided in the RCSR on annual minor re-dredging in Western Newfoundland and Southern Labrador.

Public consultation on the RCSR took place from February 17 to March 17, 2012. The Agency received no written submissions from the public during this period. It has reviewed the RCSR and has determined that the project screening process, as described in the document, meets the requirements of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act (the Act) for the environmental assessment of this particular class of projects. It is also the Agency’s opinion that the class of projects described in the RCSR is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects when the design standards and mitigation measures described in the report are applied.

The re-declaration is effective April 5, 2012, and is subject to certain conditions, including

  • The Agency agrees with DFO that the re-declaration is valid until April 4, 2017;
  • The Agency will place the RCSR in the Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry (the Registry) at www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca; and
  • On a quarterly basis, DFO will post on the Registry a statement of the projects for which the RCSR was applied, as required under the Act.

For further information, the public may contact the Class Screening Manager, Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, 160 Elgin Street, 22nd Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0H3, 613-960-0277 or 1-866-582-1884 (telephone), 613-957-0946 (fax), ClassScreening@ceaa-acee.gc.ca (email).

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CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY

CANADA AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS ACT

Notice of intent with respect to a proposal to establish an importer licensing regime

The purpose of this Notice is to provide public notice of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) intention to develop regulations under the Canada Agricultural Products Act (CAPA) to establish an import licensing regime for importers of agricultural products in the non-federally registered sector.

This Notice does not replace prepublication of the proposed regulations in the Canada Gazette, Part Ⅰ, intended for the fall of 2012. The CFIA completed both online and face-to-face consultations in 2010, which resulted in generally supportive comments from consumers, industry associations and industry representatives.

Description

In 2007, the Food and Consumer Safety Action Plan (FCSAP) was announced by the Government of Canada as a result of increased consumer interest in the safety of food, health and consumer products. The FCSAP proposed initiatives to modernize and strengthen the safety system for products Canadians use and consume in an increasingly global market, in particular in the area of food safety.

As a result of an FCSAP initiative, the CFIA is proposing to establish a licensing regime for importers of food products that are considered to be agricultural products under the CAPA and that are not currently regulated under other commodity-specific regulations administered by the CFIA. This proposal would establish minimum food safety requirements for imported food, require record keeping, require the development of a recall plan, and impose a licensing requirement for the importation of these food products.

Information obtained through a licensing requirement would help the CFIA to (1) provide fundamental guidance to, and oversight of, industry, (2) target inspection and enforcement activities to areas of greater risk, (3) conduct timely recalls where problems with imported food products are discovered, and (4) alert importers when a problem has been discovered with a product they import.

The CFIA conducted a public consultation from August 16 to October 18, 2010, to receive feedback on the regulatory proposal. That feedback, and ongoing discussions with a range of stakeholders since that time, has influenced the regulatory and program approach to the proposed licensing regime. Every effort has been made to develop a program that addresses the risks to and contributes to food safety while, to the extent possible, keeping the regulatory burden on industry at a minimum. Additional guidance will be made available to assist importers, particularly small enterprises, in complying with the new requirements.

To support such a licensing regime, a user fee is proposed to be established to recover costs incurred to issue the import licenses. Establishment of the fee is consistent with the CFIA’s Cost Recovery Policy and the fee will be set in accordance with the User Fees Act (UFA). Consultations and prepublishing of the fee are requirements of the UFA. It is anticipated that the cost for a license, which will be valid for two years from the date of issue, will not exceed $300.00.

Public comment period

Any comments, in English or in French, must be received in writing, at the address below, within 30 days of publication of this notice by the Director, Imported and Manufactured Food Division, Food Safety and Consumer Protection Directorate, 1400 Merivale Road, Tower 2, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0Y9. Comments can also be sent via email to IMFD/DAIM@inspection.gc.ca.

Stakeholders will also be able to comment directly on the regulatory proposal when it is published in the Canada Gazette, Part Ⅰ, in the fall of 2012. As well, stakeholders will be able to comment on the user fee proposal when it is released for consultation in the spring of 2012.

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CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY

CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY ACT

Notice amending the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice

The Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, pursuant to subsection 24(1) and section 25 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act, hereby amends the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice, published in the Canada Gazette, Part Ⅰ, on May 13, 2000, in accordance with the annexed notice.

Ottawa, March 29, 2012

GERRY RITZ
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food

NOTICE AMENDING THE CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY FEES NOTICE

AMENDMENTS

1. The portion of item 3 of the table to Part 6 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

3.

Subject to item 4, for the inspection of produce under Part Ⅲ of the Regulations, other than destination inspections as referred to in item 3.1

2. The table to Part 6 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice is amended by adding paragraphs 3.1(a), (b), (c) and (d) in column 1 and column 2 before item 4 as follows:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

Column 2

Fee

DESTINATION INSPECTION

3.1

 

Where inspection at destination is requested by the applicant and the Licensing and Arbitration Regulations do not apply,

  1. (a) for the inspection of domestic fresh produce or fresh produce entering Canada from a foreign jurisdiction

  2. (b) for the witnessing of the destruction or disposal of fresh produce and the issuance of a Notice of Dumping or other Disposition

  3. (c) call-out per inspection in paragraph (a) or (b)

  4. (d) for the cancellation of inspection services requested after an inspector has been dispatched





$145.00 per hour, assessed at $36.25 per 15 minutes, subject to a 1 hour minimum charge

$145.00 per hour, assessed at $36.25 per 15 minutes, subject to a 1 hour minimum charge

$50.00

$70.00

3. The portion of item 13 of Table 3 to Part 10 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Analysis or test

13.

Kidney Inhibition Swab (KIS) Test

4. (1) The portion of paragraphs 24(1)(a) and (b) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

24.

(a) for the first animal inspected on each premises

(b) for each additional animal inspected on each premises

(2) The portion of subitem 24(3) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

24.

(3) For the inspection of equine animals for export to the United States for immediate slaughter, for all animals on each premises

(3) The portion of subparagraphs 24(6)(a)(i) and (ii) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

24.

(i) for the first animal inspected on each premises

(ii) for each additional animal inspected on each premises

(4) The portion of subparagraphs 24(6)(b)(i) and (ii) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

24.

(i) for the first animal inspected on each premises

(ii) for each additional animal inspected on each premises

(5) The portion of paragraphs 25(1)(a) and (b) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

25.

(a) for the first animal inspected on each premises

(b) for each additional animal inspected on each premises

(6) The portion of subitem 25(2) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

25.

(2) For the testing of brucellosis, by an inspector or an employee of the Agency, of cattle for export to the United States, for each animal tested on each premises

(7) The portion of paragraphs 25(5)(a) and (b) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

25.

(a) for the first animal inspected on each premises

(b) for each additional animal inspected on each premises

(8) The portion of subitem 25(6) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

25.

(6) For the testing, by a laboratory of the Agency, of cattle for export to the Dominican Republic, Mexico or Puerto Rico, if the inspection is performed by an accredited veterinarian, for each animal tested on each premises

(9) The portion of item 26(1)(a) and (b) to the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

26.

(a) for the first animal inspected on each premises

(b) for each additional animal inspected on each premises

(10) The portion of subitem 27(1) to the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

27.

(1) For the inspection on each premises, for export, of animals not mentioned elsewhere in items 21 to 33, and of animal products, animal by-products or manure, excluding veterinary biologics

5. The portion of clause 38(b)(ii)(B) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

38.

(B) in the case of a hatchery in respect of which a person has been approved by the Agency to take microbiological samples and that person does take the samples, every year that the hatchery is in operation

6. The portion of subitem 42(2) of the table to Part 11 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice in column 1 is replaced by the following:

Item

Column 1

Service, Right, Product, Privilege or Use

42.

(2) For consideration of an application for an import permit for either a viral or a bacterial autogenous veterinary biologic manufactured in the United States using a product outline that has been previously approved under subitem (1)

COMING INTO FORCE

7. The fees enter into force on April 1, 2012.

EXPLANATORY NOTE

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice (Fees Notice) was made by the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food on May 13, 2000, under the authority of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act.

The attached notice makes five sets of amendments to the Fees Notice. The first amendment (Part 6) modifies the mechanism by which a fee is charged in relation to destination inspection and introduces new fees associated with this service. The second amendment (Part 10) replaces an obsolete test with a test that is more reflective of industry practice, but does not introduce a new fee. The third, fourth and fifth sets of amendments (all to Part 11) are administrative in nature and do not indicate a change in Canadian Food Inspection Agency policy and do not introduce a new fee.

Part 6 — Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Fees

A destination inspection is a quality inspection of domestic fresh produce shipments or produce entering Canada from a foreign jurisdiction, intended to provide buyers and sellers of fresh produce with an impartial report on the quality and condition of the produce. The impartial report supports the process through which the fresh produce industry settles commercial disputes. In the absence of a fair and unbiased third-party assessment regarding the quality and condition of a shipment, dealers, domestic or international, may be at a disadvantage in the event of a dispute. The destination inspection service also provides witnessing of the destruction or disposal of fresh produce and issuance of a Notice of Dumping or other Disposition, should such services be required.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is implementing year two of a three-year phase-in approach to fully cost recover the destination inspection program. Fees associated with destination inspection services are being set at 75% of full cost recovery for the service, based on the hourly costs. Two new fees are being introduced in relation to destination inspection, namely, a call-out fee per inspection and a cancellation fee, chargeable after an inspector has been dispatched. Fees had been charged through service agreements. Inclusion of the fees associated with destination inspection services in the Fees Notice serves to increase transparency. It is the intention of the CFIA to charge fees that will fully cost recover the program beginning in the 2013–2014 fiscal year. This will allow for the continued provision of a high-quality and respected inspection service that is of direct benefit to the fresh produce industry.

The CFIA undertook a 60-day consultation on this proposal from December 19, 2011, to February 16, 2012. The mechanisms used to facilitate the consultation involved posting the user fee proposal on the CFIA Web site, issuing a World Trade Organization notification, providing a link to the Consulting Canadians Web site, and outreach through front-line staff. The results of this consultation process will be shared in a summary document anticipated to be published on the CFIA Web site in April 2012.

Part 10 — Meat Products Inspection Fees

The CFIA has adopted a new test for screening pork for sulfonamides (medicines used to maintain growth rate, feed efficiency and prevent the growth of bacteria in animals). The Sulfa-On-Site (SOS) test, previously used to screen pork for the presence of sulfonamides, has become obsolete as test kits are no longer commercially available.

The Kidney Inhibition Swab (KIS) Test, also used to screen for sulfonamides in pork, is less technically demanding than the SOS test, increasing ease of use by inspectors, and does not require the storage and use of volatile solvents as required by the SOS test, alleviating certain safety concerns. Testing undertaken by the CFIA reveals that the KIS Test is a reliable tool in detecting the presence of sulfonamides in kidney samples.

The CFIA is replacing the SOS Test with the Kidney Inhibition Swab (KIS) Test in the Fees Notice to reflect the new practice of using the KIS Test for screening pork for sulfonamides. There is no change in fee.

Part 11 — Health of Animals Fees

The Standing Joint Committee for the Scrutiny of Regulations has identified discrepancies, provisions needing clarification and other minor concerns in the Fees Notice. The amendments to Part 11 of the Fees Notice are to correct these issues. They are administrative in nature and do not indicate a change in CFIA policy or fee structure.

The amendments clarify

  • that fees per animal inspected on premises apply to each premises inspected;
  • the application of a hatchery fee; and
  • the wording of a fee related to applications for an import permit for certain veterinary biologics.

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

DETERMINATION

Furniture

Notice is hereby given that, after completing its inquiry, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) made a determination (File No. PR-2011-049) on April 2, 2012, with respect to a complaint filed by E.G. Spence Residential, Commercial and Industrial Maintenance and Construction (E.G. Spence), of Caledon, Ontario, pursuant to subsection 30.11(1) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act, R.S.C. 1985 (4th Supp.), c. 47, concerning a procurement (Solicitation No. W0113-110473/A) by the Department of Public Works and Government Services (PWGSC) on behalf of the Department of National Defence. The solicitation was for inspections, maintenance and repairs of residential style washers and dryers at Canadian Forces Base Borden.

E.G. Spence alleged that PWGSC evaluated its proposal improperly.

Having examined the evidence presented by the parties and considered the provisions of the Agreement on Internal Trade, the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement and the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement, the Tribunal determined that the complaint was valid.

Further information may be obtained from the Secretary, Canadian International Trade Tribunal, Standard Life Centre, 15th Floor, 333 Laurier Avenue W, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7, 613-993-3595 (telephone), 613-990-2439 (fax), secretary@citt-tcce.gc.ca (email).

Ottawa, April 10, 2012

DOMINIQUE LAPORTE
Secretary

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

FINDINGS

Pup joints

Notice is hereby given that, on April 10, 2012, further to the issuance by the President of the Canada Border Services Agency of final determinations dated March 12, 2012, that oil country tubular goods pup joints, made of carbon or alloy steel, welded or seamless, heat-treated or not heat-treated, regardless of end finish, having an outside diameter from 2 3/8 inches to 4 1/2 inches (60.3 mm to 114.3 mm), in all grades, in lengths from 2 feet to 12 feet (61 cm to 366 cm), originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China (Inquiry No. NQ-2011-001) had been dumped and subsidized, and pursuant to subsection 43(1) of the Special Import Measures Act, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal found that:

  • the dumping and subsidizing of the aforementioned goods that are tubing pup joints had not caused injury but were threatening to cause injury to the domestic tubing pup joints industry; and
  • the dumping and subsidization of the aforementioned goods that are casing pup joints, if any, had not caused injury or retardation and were not threatening to cause injury to the domestic casing pup joints industry.

Ottawa, April 10, 2012

DOMINIQUE LAPORTE
Secretary

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CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PARTIES

The Commission posts on its Web site the decisions, notices of consultation and regulatory policies that it publishes, as well as information bulletins and orders. On April 1, 2011, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Rules of Practice and Procedure came into force. As indicated in Part 1 of these Rules, some broadcasting applications are posted directly on the Commission’s Web site, www.crtc.gc.ca, under “Part 1 Applications.”

To be up to date on all ongoing proceedings, it is important to regularly consult “Today’s Releases” on the Commission’s Web site, which includes daily updates to notices of consultation that have been published and ongoing proceedings, as well as a link to Part 1 applications.

The following documents are abridged versions of the Commission’s original documents. The original documents contain a more detailed outline of the applications, including the locations and addresses where the complete files for the proceeding may be examined. These documents are posted on the Commission’s Web site and may also be examined at the Commission’s offices and public examination rooms. Furthermore, all documents relating to a proceeding, including the notices and applications, are posted on the Commission’s Web site under “Public Proceedings.”

CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

PART 1 APPLICATIONS

The following applications were posted on the Commission’s Web site between April 3, 2012, and April 11, 2012:

Bonne Bay Cottage Hospital Heritage Corporation
Bonne Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador
2012-0379-4
Addition of a transmitter for CHBB-FM
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 3, 2012

Aboriginal Multi-Media Society of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta
2012-0392-6
Addition of a transmitter for CFWE-FM
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 4, 2012

Bell Media Inc.
Across Canada
2012-0376-0
Amendment of a condition of licence for Bravo!
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 10, 2012

Bell Media Inc.
Across Canada
2012-0411-4
Amendment of a condition of licence for E!
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 10, 2012

Bell Media Inc.
Across Canada
2012-0412-2
Amendment of a condition of licence for Fashion Television Channel
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 10, 2012

Bell Media Inc.
Across Canada
2012-0413-0
Amendment of a condition of licence for MuchMoreMusic
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 10, 2012

Bell Media Inc.
Across Canada
2012-0414-8
Amendment of a condition of licence for Space
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 10, 2012

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CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

NOTICES OF CONSULTATION

2012-212 April 10, 2012

Notice of hearing

June 7, 2012
Gatineau, Quebec
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 10, 2012

The Commission will hold a hearing commencing on June 7, 2012, at 2 p.m., at the Commission headquarters, 1 Promenade du Portage, Gatineau, Quebec. The Commission intends to consider, subject to interventions, the following applications without the appearance of the parties:

 1. MOTV Média inc.
Across Canada

 Application for a broadcasting licence to operate a national French-language specialty Category B service to be known as MOTV.

 2. MOTV Média inc.
Across Canada

 Application for a broadcasting licence to operate a national English-language specialty Category B service to be known as PIN - Positive Insight Network.

 3. Rogers Broadcasting Limited
Across Canada

 Application for a broadcasting licence to operate a national niche English-language specialty Category B service to be known as The Entertainment Desk.

 4. 3924181 Canada Inc.
Across Canada

 Application for authority to acquire from 8135274 Canada Inc., as part of a corporate reorganization, the assets of the national, English-language specialty Category B undertaking known as ABC Spark (formerly known as Harmony).

 5. Larry C. Osmond
Grand Bank, Newfoundland and Labrador

 Application for a broadcasting licence to operate an English-language FM community radio programming undertaking in Grand Bank.

 6. Colba.Net Telecom Inc.
Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John, Allardville, Big Cove, Blue Mountain Settlement, Bouctouche, Brown’s Flat, Burtts Corner, Cap-Lumière, Davis Mill, Caron Brook, Centre-Acadie, Centre Napan, Clair, Harvey, Highway 505/Saint-Édouard-de-Kent, Jacquet River, Keating’s Corner, Lac Baker, Ludford Subdivision, McAdam, Morrisdale, Musquash Subdivision, Nasonworth, Noonan, Patterson/Hoyt, Petitcodiac, Richibucto, Richibucto-Village, Rogersville, Saint-André-de-Shédiac, Sainte-Anne-de-Kent, Saint-Antoine, Saint-Ignace, Saint-Joseph-de-Madawaska, Sainte-Marie-de-Kent, Salmon Beach, Tracy/Fredericton Junction, Welsford, Willow Grove and their surrounding areas in New Brunswick; St. John’s, Deer Lake, Pasadena and their surrounding areas in Newfoundland and Labrador; and Dartmouth, Halifax, Bedford, Sackville and their surrounding areas in Nova Scotia

 Application for a regional broadcasting licence to operate terrestrial broadcasting distribution undertakings to serve the above-noted locations.

 7. Zazeen Inc.
Gatineau, Montréal, Québec, Sherbrooke and their surrounding areas, Quebec

 Application for a regional broadcasting licence to operate terrestrial broadcasting distribution undertakings to serve the above-noted locations.

 8. Dufferin Communications Inc.
Clarence-Rockland, Ontario

 Application for a broadcasting licence to operate an English-language commercial FM radio programming undertaking in Clarence-Rockland.

 9. Zazeen Inc.
Toronto, Hamilton/Niagara, Oshawa, Kitchener, Ottawa, London, Windsor and their surrounding areas, Ontario

 Application for a regional broadcasting licence to operate terrestrial broadcasting distribution undertakings to serve the above-noted locations.

10. Colba.Net Telecom Inc.
Airdrie, Beaumont, Blackfalds, Calgary, Chestermere, Cochrane, Crossfield, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Leduc, Lethbridge, Nisku, Penhold, Red Deer, Strathmore, Sylvan Lake and their surrounding areas in Alberta; Estevan, Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon, Swift Current, Weyburn, Yorton and their surrounding areas in Saskatchewan; and Winnipeg and surrounding areas in Manitoba

 Application for a regional broadcasting licence to operate terrestrial broadcasting distribution undertakings to serve the above-noted locations.

11. CHMZ-FM Radio Ltd.
Tofino, British Columbia

 Application for authority to acquire the assets of the radio programming undertaking CHMZ-FM Tofino, British Columbia, from McBride Communications & Media Inc. and Umeek Human Resources Development Inc., partners in West Island Radio Enterprises General Partnership (WIRE GP).

12. Colba.Net Telecom Inc.
Burnaby, Chilliwack, Coquitlam, Courtenay/Comox/Powell River, Duncan, Kamloops, Kelowna, Langford, Nanaimo, New Westminster, Penticton, Prince George, Vancouver, Victoria, White Rock and their surrounding areas in British Columbia

 Application for a regional broadcasting licence to operate terrestrial broadcasting distribution undertakings to serve the above-noted locations.

2012-214 April 11, 2012

Notice of applications received

Across Canada
Deadline for submission of interventions, comments and/or answers: May 16, 2012

The Commission has received the following applications:

1. Bell ExpressVu Inc. (the general partner) and Bell Canada (the limited partner), carrying on business as Bell ExpressVu
Limited Partnership
Across Canada

 Application to renew the broadcasting licence for its satellite relay distribution undertaking serving communities throughout Canada, expiring August 31, 2012.

2. Shaw Satellite Services Inc.
Across Canada

 Application to renew the broadcasting licence for its satellite relay distribution undertaking serving communities throughout Canada, expiring August 31, 2012.

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CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

DECISIONS

The complete texts of the decisions summarized below are available from the offices of the CRTC.

2012-207 April 5, 2012

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Ottawa, Ontario

Approved — Application to change the technical parameters for the French-language conventional digital television undertaking CBOFT-DT Ottawa.

2012-208 April 5, 2012

Request for dispute resolution by the Canadian Independent Distributors Group relating to the distribution of specialty television services controlled by Bell Media Inc.

2012-218 April 13, 2012

NGC Channel Inc.
Across Canada

Approved — Application for a broadcasting licence to operate NatGeo Wild, a national, English-language specialty Category B service.

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PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYMENT ACT

Permission and leave granted

The Public Service Commission of Canada, pursuant to section 116 of the Public Service Employment Act, hereby gives notice that it has granted permission, pursuant to subsection 114(4) of the said Act, to Julien J. Demers, Citizen Service Officer (PM-01), Service Canada, Department of Human Resources and Skills Development, Montréal, Quebec, to allow him to seek nomination as, and be, a candidate, before and during the election period, in the next provincial election for the electoral district of LaFontaine, Quebec. The date of the provincial election has not been confirmed.

The Public Service Commission of Canada, pursuant to subsection 114(5) of the said Act, has also granted a leave of absence without pay during the election period, effective at close of business on the first day of the election period, to allow him to be a candidate during the election.

April 10, 2012

HÉLÈNE LAURENDEAU
Senior Vice-President
Policy Branch

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PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYMENT ACT

Permission and leave granted

The Public Service Commission of Canada, pursuant to section 116 of the Public Service Employment Act, hereby gives notice that it has granted permission, pursuant to subsection 114(4) of the said Act, to Matt Jeneroux, Advisor, Strategic Policy and Planning (EC-05), Public Involvement and Outreach, Health Programs, Department of Health, Edmonton, Alberta, to allow him to be a candidate during the election period in the provincial election for the electoral district of Edmonton-South West, Alberta, to be held on April 23, 2012.

The Public Service Commission of Canada, pursuant to subsections 114(5) of the said Act, has also granted a leave of absence without pay during the election period to allow him to be a candidate. This leave became effective at the close of business on March 30, 2012.

March 30, 2012

HÉLÈNE LAURENDEAU
Senior Vice-President

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PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYMENT ACT

Permission granted

The Public Service Commission of Canada, pursuant to section 116 of the Public Service Employment Act, hereby gives notice that it has granted permission, pursuant to subsection 115(2) of the said Act, to Jerome Simon Bear, Aboriginal Liaison Officer (WP-3), Springhill Institution, Correctional Service of Canada, Springhill, Nova Scotia, on assignment as Aboriginal Liaison Officer (WP-3), Dorchester Institution, village of Dorchester, New Brunswick, to be a candidate, before and during the election period, for the position of Mayor for the Village of Dorchester, New Brunswick, in a municipal election to be held on May 14, 2012.

April 12, 2012

KATHY NAKAMURA
Director General
Political Activities Directorate

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PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYMENT ACT

Permission granted

The Public Service Commission of Canada, pursuant to section 116 of the Public Service Employment Act, hereby gives notice that it has granted permission, pursuant to subsection 115(2) of the said Act, to David Eldon Bishop, Driver/Operator — Road Maintenance II (GL-MDO-06), Southern New Brunswick Field Unit, Fundy National Park, Parks Canada Agency, Alma, New Brunswick, to be a candidate, before and during the election period, for the positions of Councillor and Deputy Mayor for the Village of Riverside-Albert, New Brunswick, in a municipal election to be held on May 14, 2012.

April 13, 2012

KATHY NAKAMURA
Director General
Political Activities Directorate

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Footnote 1
North American Datum 1927

Footnote 2
North American Datum 1927