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Transport Canada published a final rule in early July, harmonizing some of the differences between the 49 CFR and TDG. The new rules became effective July 15, 2014. Read More
August 06, 2014 | Regulations
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Transport Canada issued updates to its regulations to incorporate new standards as well as to incorporate several revised standards already in the regulations. Below is a summary of the changes; the new rules went into effect July 15, 2014. Read More
August 06, 2014 | Regulations
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A few changes in the regulatory environment have prompted COSTHA technical advisors to update its guide to limited quantities. Here's what you need to know. Read More
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Even though Transport Canada hasn’t updated its TDG Regulations yet, Joanne St. Onge, director of regulatory affairs, has clarified that shipments of dangerous goods marked with the Limited Quantity mark do not need special exemption paperwork. Read More
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