All of these energy-using products must meet federal energy efficiency standards in order to be imported into Canada or manufactured in Canada and shipped from one province to another. The Regulations continue to apply to these products if they are incorporated into a larger unit or machine, even when that unit or machine is an unregulated product.
The Provincial Building Code Act empowers the Province and municipalities to enact regulations concerning building development. The building bylaw may deal with such issues as occupancy of the building, adopt in part or all of the National Building Code, prescribe methods of construction, demolition, issuance of permits, standards for inspectors, forms and fees.
The way you treat your clients' information matters. In Canada, most businesses have to comply with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) which regulates how you may collect, use and disclose the personal information you gather as you do business. Some provinces, territories and industry sectors are subject to other regulations. This document provides an overview of your obligations under privacy regulations in Canada.
There are numerous opportunities for Canadian companies in global markets. Often the exporting process can seem overwhelming, due to the amount of paperwork and the number of different rules and regulations that you need to consider. This document provides you with the guidance that you need to navigate this process and start selling your goods around the world.
Learn about your obligations regarding ensuring the safety of your products, your services and your workplace. You can also get information on best practices and inspections related to health and safety.