Canada Gazette, Part I, Volume 156, Number 46: COMMISSIONS

November 12, 2022



Notice Amending the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice

The Minister of Health, pursuant to subsection 24(1) and section 25 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act, fixes fees by amending the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice, in accordance with the annexed notice.

Ottawa, September 16, 2022

The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos
Minister of Health

Notice Amending the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice


1. Items 34 to 39 (services related to hatcheries) in the table in section 2 of Part 11: Health of Animals Fees of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice is replaced by the following:

Table: Health of animals fees

Column 1

Service, right, product, privilege or use rental – residence & other accommodation



Column 2

-0.2% starting March 31, 2022


35 For consideration of an application for a licence to operate a hatchery, submitted pursuant to section 72.2 of the Regulations $333.58 $332.91
37 For evaluation of the operation of a licensed hatchery, for any year or part of a year subsequent to the year in which the licence referred to in item 35 is issued $66.72 $66.59
38 For inspection of a licensed hatchery to evaluate mitigation of the risk of introduction and spread of the biological hazards referenced in paragraph 72.4(3) of the Regulations and to assess the sanitary condition of the hatchery $150.11 $149.81


(This note is not part of the Notice.)

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice (CFIA Fees Notice) sets out the fees that have been fixed by the Minister of Health under subsection 24(1) and section 25 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act for services or the use of a facility provided by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) or in respect of products, rights and privileges provided by the CFIA.

As a result of the coming into force of the amendments to regulations for hatcheries, changes to services related to hatcheries in Part 11, Section 2 of the CFIA Fees Notice are required to align it with the updated language and requirements in the Health of Animals Regulations (HAR). The amendments fall into three main categories:

  1. Replace the term “permit” with “licence” to reflect the changes introduced through the regulations and to allow continued cost recovery for licences issued under the HAR and related activities.
  2. Remove services that will no longer be applicable under the amended regulations as well as services that are already no longer being undertaken by CFIA. Therefore, items 34, 36, 38(a) to 39 will be deleted. Item 38(b)(i) will be incorporated in item 38.
  3. Update wording, by replacing language taken from the existing hatchery regulations that will be repealed, with the wording found in the updated HAR with regard to testing requirements.

This is the first of two phases to update the CFIA Fees Notice as a result of amendments to regulations for hatchery. In this first phase, changes are to the wording only, changes to fee amounts are not being proposed through these amendments. CFIA will follow up with a second phase of updates to the CFIA Fees Notice for hatcheries, including consultation with stakeholders, of fee amounts and for the introduction of fees for licence renewals.

Since 2013, and until as recently as November 2021, CFIA has undertaken extensive engagement with stakeholders on amendments to the regulations for hatcheries. Stakeholders broadly support the regulatory proposal, recognizing the need to update the existing regulations.



Professional, administrative and management support services

Notice is given that, after completing its inquiry, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal made a determination (File PR-2022-019) on November 2, 2022, with respect to a complaint filed by Contract Community Inc. (CCI) of Ottawa, Ontario, pursuant to subsection 30.11(1) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act, concerning a procurement (solicitation EN439-211126/A) by the Department of Public Works and Government Services (PWGSC). The solicitation was for the procurement of real property project management support services.

CCI alleged errors or irregularities with respect to the re-evaluation of its bid submission by PWGSC.

Having examined the evidence presented by the parties and considered the provisions of various trade agreements, the Tribunal determined that the complaint was not valid.

Further information may be obtained from the Registry, 613‑993‑3595 (telephone), (email).

Ottawa, November 2, 2022



Carbon and alloy steel line pipe

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal gives notice that, pursuant to subsection 76.03(1) of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), it will initiate an expiry review (Expiry Review RR-2022-001) of its finding made on January 4, 2018, in inquiry NQ-2017-002, concerning the dumping of carbon and alloy steel line pipe, originating in or exported from the Republic of Korea (the subject goods), welded or seamless, having a nominal outside diameter from 2.375 inches (60.3 mm) up to and including 24 inches (610 mm) [with all dimensions being plus or minus allowable tolerances contained in the applicable standards], including line pipe meeting or supplied to meet any one or several of API 5L, CSA Z245.1, ISO 3183, ASTM A333, ASTM A106, ASTM A53-B or their equivalents, in all grades, whether or not meeting specifications for other end uses (e.g. single-, dual-, or multiple-certified, for use in oil and gas or other applications), and regardless of end finish (plain ends, beveled ends, threaded ends, or threaded and coupled ends), surface finish (coated or uncoated), wall thickness, or length, excluding galvanized line pipe and excluding stainless steel line pipe (containing 10.5% or more by weight of chromium), and excluding goods covered by the Tribunal’s finding in inquiry NQ-2012-003.

For greater certainty, the product definition includes

Furthermore, the Tribunal excluded from its finding, in inquiry NQ-2017-002, welded line pipe having nominal outside diameters from and including 18 inches to 24 inches (610 mm) [with all dimensions being plus or minus allowable tolerances contained in the applicable standards], regardless of grade and wall thickness, with a manganese content of no less than 16% by weight, for exclusive use in slurry, tailings, and pressure piping systems in oil sands projects, and marked “Not for CSA Z-662 Applications”. For greater certainty, use in a pipeline meeting CSA Z-662 is not permitted under this exclusion.

In this expiry review, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) will first determine whether the expiry of the finding in respect of the subject goods is likely to result in the continuation or resumption of dumping of the subject goods. If the CBSA determines that the expiry of the finding in respect of any goods is likely to result in the continuation or resumption of dumping, the Tribunal will then determine if the continued or resumed dumping is likely to result in injury to the domestic industry. The CBSA will provide notice of its determination within 150 days after receiving notice of the Tribunal’s initiation of the expiry review, that is, no later than March 30, 2023. The Tribunal will issue its order and its statement of reasons no later than September 6, 2023.

Each person or government wishing to participate in this expiry review must file Form I—Notice of participation with the Tribunal, on or before November 15, 2022. Regarding the importance of the deadline to file a notice of participation, please read carefully the section titled “Support by domestic producers” in the document entitled “Additional information” appended to the notice available on the Tribunal’s website. Each counsel who intends to represent a party in the expiry review must file Form II—Notice of representation and Form III—Declaration and Undertaking with the Tribunal, on or before November 15, 2022. The Tribunal will issue a list of participants shortly thereafter.

On May 23, 2023, the Tribunal will distribute the record to participants. Counsel and self-represented participants are required to serve their respective submissions on each other on the dates outlined in the notice on the Tribunal’s website. Public submissions are to be served on counsel and those participants who are not represented by counsel. Confidential submissions are to be served only on counsel who have access to the confidential record, and who have filed Form III—Declaration and Undertaking with the Tribunal. This information will be included in the list of participants. One complete electronic version of all submissions must be filed with the Tribunal.

The Tribunal will hold a public hearing relating to this expiry review commencing on June 26, 2023. The type of hearing will be communicated at a later date. If there are no opposing parties, the Tribunal may explore the possibility of holding a file hearing, i.e. a hearing through written submissions only, instead of an oral hearing.

Written submissions, correspondence and requests for information regarding the Tribunal’s portion of this matter should be addressed to the Registry, Canadian International Trade Tribunal Secretariat, at The Registry can also be reached by telephone at 613‑993‑3595.

Further details regarding this expiry review, including the schedule of key events, are contained in the documents entitled “Additional Information” and “Expiry Review Schedule” appended to the notice available on the Tribunal’s website.

Ottawa, October 31, 2022



Certain mattresses

Notice is given that on November 4, 2022, further to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal’s inquiry (Inquiry NQ-2022-001), and following the issuance by the President of the Canada Border Services Agency of final determinations dated October 5, 2022, the Tribunal found, pursuant to subsection 43(1) of the Special Import Measures Act, that the dumping and subsidizing of certain mattresses originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China (excluding those goods exported to Canada by the exporters mentioned in the finding) have caused injury to the domestic industry. The full description of the aforementioned goods can be found in the Tribunal’s finding.

Ottawa, November 4, 2022



The Commission posts on its website original, detailed decisions, notices of consultation, regulatory policies, information bulletins and orders as they come into force. In accordance with Part 1 of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Rules of Practice and Procedure, these documents may be examined at the Commission’s office, as can be documents relating to a proceeding, including the notices and applications, which are posted on the Commission’s website, under “Public proceedings & hearings.”

The following documents are abridged versions of the Commission’s original documents.



The following application for renewal or amendment, or complaint was posted on the Commission’s website between October 28 and November 2, 2022.

Application filed by Application number Undertaking City Province Deadline for submission of interventions, comments or replies
Rogers Media Inc. 2022-0777-9 CHBN-FM Edmonton Alberta November 28, 2022
Notice number Publication date of the notice City Province Hearing date
2022-298 November 2, 2022 National Capital Region N.A. January 19, 2023
Decision number Publication date Applicant’s name Undertaking City Province
2022-296 November 1, 2022 The News Forum Inc. The News Forum Across Canada N.A.
Order number Publication date Licensee’s name Undertaking Location
2022-297 November 1, 2022 N.A. Distribution of national news discretionary services N.A.



Permission granted (Arsenault, Chantal)

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 Chantal Arsenault, Corporate Compensation Advisor, Shared Services Canada, to seek nomination as, and be, a candidate, before and during the election period, for the position of Councillor for the Municipality of Nouvelle-Arcadie, New Brunswick, in the municipal election to be held on November 28, 2022.

October 28, 2022

Lily Klassen
Acting Director General
Staffing Support, Priorities and Political Activities Directorate