Canadian Regulatory References and Guidance

Federal Acts and Regulations

Feeds Act

Feeds Regulations, 1983

Health of Animals Act

Health of Animals Regulations

Food and Drug Act

Food and Drug Regulations

Schedule IV/V (PDF)

CFIA Guidance for Feed Safety

Annex T: Canadian Ractopamine-Free Pork Certification Program (CRFPCP)

Commercial feed facilities enrolled in the Canadian Ractopamine-Free Pork Certification Program

Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures (CMIB)

Developing Mixer Performance Testing Procedures

Developing Scale and Metering Device Calibration and Verification Procedures

Measurement of Feed Carryover Level

Medication sequencing guideline for management of drug carryover

National feed inspection program: results for Program-15B (April 1, 1990 – March 31, 2018) – a monitoring program for mycotoxins in livestock feeds

National feed inspection program: Results from 1989 to 2018 for the Salmonella monitoring program for livestock feeds

Regulatory requirements: Traceability

RG-1 Regulatory Guidance: Chapter 4 – Labelling and Guarantees

RG-5 Regulatory Guidance: The Enhanced Feed Ban Statement, Lot Numbers and Record Retention for Animal Food, Labels and Documentation (Prohibited material)

RG-8 Regulatory Guidance: Contaminants in Feed; Section 1: Mycotoxins in Livestock Feed – Fact Sheet – Mycotoxins

Veterinary Prescription Checklist

CFIA Guidance for Food Safety

Guide for preparing a preventive control plan for domestic food businesses

Preventive control plan templates for domestic food businesses

Supplier Food Safety Assurance Program

The Food Safety Enhancement Program approach to a preventive control plan

Other Guidance

Canadian Drinking Water Guidelines

Official Grain Grading Guide (Canadian Grain Commission)

Reference Listing of Accepted Construction Materials, Packaging Materials and Non-Food Chemical Products Database (NOTE: As of April 2018, the following reference listing has been made available for reference purposes only. The last update to the listing was made on January 25, 2016)

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