Posted  16 Jul, 2018 
In: Articles

As part of maintaining trust in Canada’s regulatory system for food, plants and animals, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) intends to refresh its approach to openness and trasparency. This means it will proactively release more information about its regulatory and scientific activities, decisions, programs and services in useful, timely, and accessible formats, while appropriately protecting personal and confidential information.

Share your thoughts

With this consultation, the CFIA wants to hear from Canadians and stakeholders on how and where it should increase openness and transparency.

Click here to visit the CFIA’s website until August 2, 2018 to share your thoughts on this initiative.

Questions? Write to transparency.transparence@inspection.gc.ca

 


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