Work stoppage by CN unlikely before mid-July

According to CN’s recent press release, a strike or lockout is unlikely to take place before mid to late July as the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) still needs to render a decision on the designation of “essential” services in the event of a work stoppage. The CIRB has not indicated how long they will take to make a decision, and neither a strike nor a lockout can happen until then.

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Get ready for in-feed VHPs by submitting your Short Substance Applications (SSAs)

Health Canada recently shared that nearly 100 substances have pre-emptively been approved to have the in-feed route of administration added to their profile on the veterinary health product (VHP) List of Permitted Substances following successful Short Substance Applications (SSAs). If you are a company anticipating to notify a VHP to sell for incorporation into livestock feeds, get a head start by submitting your SSAs.

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Do you export to Taiwan?

This announcement is for exporters of animal feed preparations not containing ingredients of animal origin to Taiwan. Animal feed preparations include preserved feed ingredients, calf milk replacer, piglet milk replacer, other stock feedstuff, poultry feedstuff, fish feedstuff, and other preparations for animal feeding.

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ANAC requests maintenance of rail service from CIRB

With the threat of Canadian Class 1 rail services grinding to a halt due to the ongoing labour dispute between the Canadian National Railway (CN) and Canadian Pacific Kansas City Railway (CPKC) and their workers represented by the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC), ANAC responded to the Canada Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) invitation to make a submission requesting the maintenance of services to feed facilities.

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