12. (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (4), the Minister shall cancel a certificate of registration in respect of any feed if there are reasonable grounds to believe that, with respect to that feed, there has been a contravention of the Act, these Regulations, the Health of Animals Act or any regulations made under that Act.
(2) A certificate of registration shall be cancelled only if the Minister has sent a notice to the registrant by registered mail that
(a) identifies the provision of the Act or these Regulations that has not been complied with;
(b) sets out a time limit for the registrant to comply with those provisions in order to avoid the proposed cancellation; and
(c) specifies that the registration will be cancelled unless the registrant, within 30 days after the date of mailing the notice, notifies the Minister, in writing, that the registrant wishes to have an opportunity to be heard respecting the proposed cancellation.
(3) Within 30 days after the date of receipt of the written notification referred to in paragraph (2)(c), the Minister shall notify the registrant by registered mail of the time and place of the hearing to determine whether the certificate of registration will be cancelled.
(4) The Minister shall cancel the certificate of registration where
(a) the registrant has failed to notify the Minister pursuant to paragraph (2)(c);
(b) the registrant has failed to comply with, or has failed to bring the feed for which the certificate of registration was issued into compliance with, the provisions of the Act or these Regulations referred to in paragraph 2(a) within the period specified in the notice or continues, after that period has expired, to contravene or fail to comply with those provisions; and
(c) a notice of cancellation of registration has been sent by registered mail to the registrant.
- SOR/89-165, s. 3;
- SOR/94-683, s. 2;
- SOR/97-151, s. 10(F);
- SOR/2006-147, s. 3.
13. Where the Director refuses to register a feed pursuant to section 11, the Director shall notify the applicant by mail of the refusal and the reasons therefor.
- SOR/94-683, s. 2.
STANDARDS AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
14. A mixed feed shall not contain
(a) ingredients other than those listed in Schedule IV or V;
(b) medicating ingredients of a brand, at a level or for a purpose or species other than as set out in the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures unless the feed is a veterinary prescription feed.
(c) [Repealed, SOR/88-473, s. 3]
- SOR/88-473, s. 3;
- SOR/90-73, s. 5.
15. (1) Every person who manufactures or sells a customer formula feed, a consultant formula feed, a feed described in paragraph 5(2)(d) or a veterinary prescription feed shall keep a copy of each mixing formula used in the manufacture of that feed and retain it
(a) in the case of a customer formula feed, a consultant formula feed or a feed described in paragraph 5(2)(d), for a period of six months from the last date of manufacture of that feed; or
(b) in the case of a veterinary prescription feed, for a period of one year from the last date of manufacture of that feed.
(2) Every consultant formula feed and feed described in paragraph 5(2)(d) shall be
(a) labelled in accordance with sections 26 to 33; and
(b) packaged in accordance with section 34.
(3) Every customer formula feed shall be
(a) manufactured in accordance with a signed customer formula; and
(b) labelled in accordance with section 26.
(4) Every manufacturer of a customer formula feed or a veterinary prescription feed shall keep a copy of the customer formula or the veterinary prescription under which the feed is manufactured in the manufacturer’s possession during the manufacture of that feed and shall keep that copy, together with a list of each date on which the feed was manufactured,
(a) in the case of a customer formula feed, for a period of at least six months from the last date of manufacture of that feed; or
(b) in the case of a veterinary prescription feed, for a period of at least one year from the last date of manufacture of that feed.
- SOR/97-292, s. 23.
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