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- Competition in Canada Takes Another Hit: Government Gives Go Ahead for Rogers – Shaw Merger
Innovation, Science and Industry Minister François-Philippe Champagne has worked hard to fashion himself as a future party leader based on boundless energy to sell Canada the world. Indeed, Champagne’s oft-repeated stories of cold calls that resulted in investments by companies such as Volkswagen and Moderna paint a picture of a minister jetting around the world...
- Cider recalled in Canada because of bursting cans
Solstice Ciderworks is recalling their brand of Haskap Cider because of bursting cans and concern of spoilage. According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), the recalled product has been sold in the Yukon, Canada. Recalled products: Brand Product Size Codes UPC Solstice Ciderworks Haskap Cider 355 ml 12 0123 0068441783755 Consumers and retailers should...
- Hot sauce recalled because of potential for botulism poisoning
Komera Inc. is recalling Seasoned Hot Pepper Sauce from the marketplace because it may permit the growth of Clostridium botulinum. According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), this recall was triggered by their inspection activities. The recalled product has been sold in Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, Canada, and online and may have been distributed in...
- Canada announces its first-ever national strategy for drugs for rare diseases
On March 22, 2023, Canada’s federal government announced its first-ever National Strategy for Drugs for Rare Diseases, including an investment of up to $1.5 billion over three years to help increase drug access and affordability. Investments made as part of the National Strategy The lion’s share of the federal government’s investment – up to $1.4...
- Employers Can’t Rely on Original Termination Clauses When Employee Responsibilities Increase
We are pleased to share a recent Benefits Canada article, “Employers can’t rely on original termination clauses when employee responsibilities increase: court,” with quotes from George Avraam. A recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision upheld a motion judge’s award of over $400,000 to an employee on the basis of the changed substratum doctrine. The case involved a...
- Norovirus linked to Oysters
Audience Restaurants and food retailers that have received shipments of oysters harvested between January 16, 2023 and February 17, 2023, from Deep Bay subarea 14-8 landfiles #0278744, #0278742, #0278741, #0278740, #1414396, #0319716, #1414456, #1414457, #1400483, #1411206, #1407063, #1408485, #0278739, #0278737, #1403139, #0278734, #1411153 and #1411195 in British Columbia, Canada. Product Purpose The FDA is advising...
- U.S. Executive Branch Update – March 24, 2023
This report provides a snapshot of the U.S. Executive Branch priorities via daily schedules and the prior day’s press releases. POTUS’ Schedule* 9:00 a.m. – The President receives the President’s Daily Briefing 11:10 a.m. – The President participates in an official welcome ceremony and book signing 11:30 a.m. – The President participates in a bilateral...
- Potential presence of dangerous bacteria prompts drink recall in Canada
Nubia Food and Beverage Inc. is recalling Nuba brand Carob (drink product) from the marketplace because it may permit the growth of Clostridium botulinum, which causes botulism poisoning. This recall was triggered by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) inspection activities. According to the CFIA, the recalled product has been sold in Canada in Ontario,...
- US Executive Branch Update: March 22, 2023
This report provides a snapshot of the U.S. Executive Branch priorities via daily schedules and the prior day’s press releases. POTUS’ Schedule* 9:00 a.m. EDT – THE PRESIDENT receives the President’s Daily Briefing | The White House 5:00 p.m. EDT – THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY host a reception celebrating Women’s History Month; The...
- The Biden Visit to Canada: Why Digital Policy is Emerging as a Serious Trade Tension
The U.S. President Joe Biden’s visit to Ottawa this week has begun to place the spotlight on the mounting tensions over digital policy. For months, Canadian officials have not only been dismissive of the issue, but – as this week’s fishing expedition into Google and Facebook demonstrates – have not shied away from making the...
- Return of Child Under Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of Child Abduction
Whiting v. Krassner, etc. - In a precedential decision, the Third Circuit panel held that the District Court had jurisdiction, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. sec. 1331 and 42 U.S.C. sec. 11603(a), over the plaintiff-mother's petition under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of Child Abduction....
- Hepatitis A: Alabama
September 23, 2005 Public Health Agency of Canada Infectious Diseases News Brief http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/bid-bmi/dsd-dsm/nb-ab/2005/nb3805_e.html The Alabama Department of Public Health is investigating an outbreak of hepatitis A. Since the beginning of September, 13 cases have been reported...
- Albertsons calls for carrot caution
Customers who have recently purchased Albertsons one-pound bags of peeled baby carrots or Grimmway Classic Cut and Peeled baby one-pound carrots with a “Best If Used By” date of June 17, 2006 should throw them out or bring them back to the store for a refund or exchange, reports the Central Valley...
- Health Canada Warns Against Unpasteurized Fruit Juices
Health Canada has issued an advisory to parents not to give unpasteurized apple juice or other unpasteurized products including cider, fruit juices and raw milk to their children. Even the elderly and people with weak immune systems are advised not to consume such products. The reason is that such...
- CAM Prize to be Awarded By Canadian
For the first time, a major cash prize is being offered to a researcher or practitioner working in the field of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in Canada. Nominations for the Dr. Rogers Prize for Excellence in Complementary and Alternative Medicine open February 15, 2007 with the...
- South Dakota reports two E. coli cases
Two children in Yankton County have been diagnosed with E. coli infections. Although a source has not yet been reported, KXMC reports that health officials are working to determine common exposures between the two children who have been diagnosed. In addition, health officials in Ontario, Canada,...
- Calgary McDonald’s patrons to line up for hepatitis A inoculations
A worker at a Calgary, Alberta, Canada McDonald’s restaurant has been diagnosed with hepatitis A, and in an effort to prevent an outbreak, public health officials are offering immune globulin injections to inoculate customers against the hepatitis A virus. Anyone who ate at McDonald’s less than 14...
- Food Safety In Canada Put In Danger By Daffy Decision
The British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal has ruled that there is no evidence of: the relationship between food contamination and hand-washing; nor is there any risk to the public if a restaurant employee’s hand-washing is limited (or non-existent) and no reason for concern about other employees...
- Canada Puts Warning Out On Listeria Tainted Roast Beef and Corned Beef
Roast and corned beef made by Maple Leaf Consumer Foods may be contaminated with listeria bacteria, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIC) warns tonight. According to Canada’s AHN News: One-kilogram packages of Sure Slice Roast Beef with a best-before date of Aug. 9 and Sure Slice Corned Beef...
- Cutting Edge LEED on the Chopping Block?
Green Building Law Update would be remiss if it did not comment on the recent financial struggles and the impact these events will have on the green building industry. Simply put, here at GBLU, we anticipate scaled back green building efforts as developers struggle to obtain financing. A recent...