— R.S., 1985, c. 27 (1st Supp.), s. 208
Writs of Assistance
208 Nothing in sections 190, 195, 199 and 200 of this Act shall be construed as rendering invalid or inadmissible in any proceedings any evidence obtained by the exercise of a writ of assistance prior to the coming into force of those sections.
— 1997, c. 6, s. 66(2)
66 (2) For greater certainty, the two year limitation period provided for in subsection 32(1) of the Act, as amended by subsection (1), only applies in respect of offences committed after the coming into force of that subsection.
— 2005, c. 42, s. 4
4 A Notice of Interim Marketing Authorization that is issued under the Food and Drug Regulations before the day on which this section comes into force, in respect of any matter referred to in subsection 30.2(2) of the Food and Drugs Act, as enacted by section 3 of this Act, and that is in effect on the day on which this section comes into force, is deemed to be an interim marketing authorization issued under subsection 30.2(1) of that Act.
— 2005, c. 42, s. 5(1)
Pest control products
5 (1) The maximum residue limit established for an agricultural chemical and its derivatives under the Food and Drug Regulations, as those regulations read immediately before the coming into force of this subsection, is deemed, if the agricultural chemical is a pest control product as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Pest Control Products Act, chapter 28 of the Statutes of Canada, 2002, to have been specified by the Minister under section 9 or 10 of that Act as the maximum residue limit for that agricultural chemical and its derivatives.
— 2012, c. 19, s. 417
Interim marketing authorization
417 (1) An interim marketing authorization that is issued under subsection 30.2(1) of the Food and Drugs Act and in effect immediately before the day on which section 416 comes into force continues to have effect until the earliest of
(a) the day on which the Minister of Health publishes a notice cancelling the interim marketing authorization in the Canada Gazette;
(b) the day on which a marketing authorization — or any part of it — that is issued under subsection 30.3(1) of the Food and Drugs Act, as enacted by section 416, has the same effect as the interim marketing authorization; and
(c) two years after the day on which the interim marketing authorization is published in the Canada Gazette.
Exemption from Statutory Instruments Act
(2) A notice cancelling an interim marketing authorization is exempt from sections 3, 5 and 11 of the Statutory Instruments Act.
— 2014, c. 24, s. 13
Therapeutic product authorizations
13 The definition therapeutic product authorization, as enacted by subsection 2(3), applies to authorizations — including licences and suspended authorizations or licences — that were issued before the day on which this section comes into force and that authorize, as the case may be, the import, sale, advertisement, manufacture, preparation, preservation, packaging, labelling, storage or testing of a therapeutic product.
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