PART 2Class B Precursors (continued)
(a) the applicant’s name or, if the applicant is a corporation, their corporate name and any other name registered with a province, under which the applicant will carry out the activities set out in the application or will identify itself;
(b) the applicant’s address or, if the applicant is a corporation, their head office address in Canada, if applicable;
(c) the applicant’s precursor activity profile concerning Class B precursors, being
(i) the name, if any, of each Class B precursor that the applicant intends to produce for sale or provision, import, export or have in possession for export, otherwise a description of its chemical composition,
(ii) if a Class B precursor referred to in subparagraph (i) is a preparation or mixture, its product classification having regard to its intended use and the names of all precursors set out in Part 2 of Schedule VI to the Act that it contains;
(iii) the Class B precursor activity mentioned in section 57 that the applicant intends to carry out in respect of each precursor identified under subparagraphs (i),
(iv) the address of each site where the applicant intends to conduct Class B precursor activities, and
(v) the postal address of each site to which subparagraph (iv) applies, if different,
(d) the name, date of birth and gender of the senior person in charge and their telephone number, facsimile transmission number and e-mail address;
(e) for each site referred to in subparagraph (c)(iv), the name, telephone number, facsimile transmission number and e-mail address of the contact person to be reached to obtain information concerning precursor activity at the site;
(f) in the case of an application to renew a registration, the number of the registration to be renewed; and
(g) a statement that the internal controls pertaining to Class B precursors are sufficient to support a reliable system of record-keeping in respect of the precursor activities and precursor inventory applicable to the registered dealer’s precursor activity profile and to permit the Minister to verify those activities.
(2) The application must
(a) be signed by the senior person in charge for the applicant; and
(b) include a statement by the signatory that
(3) The application must be accompanied by
(a) a statement signed by the senior person in charge stating that they have not, as an adult, been convicted within the previous 10 years of
(b) a statement signed by the senior person in charge
(i) consenting to having a criminal record check carried out for them, as an adult, in respect of the offences mentioned in paragraph (a) during the preceding 10 years,
(ii) agreeing to provide all information and to submit to any means of identification required to obtain the criminal record check, and
(iii) to pay the fee established by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Criminal Record Verification for Civil Purposes Fee Regulations; and
(c) if applicable, a copy of
(i) the certificate of incorporation or other constituting instrument for the applicant, and
(ii) any document filed with a province in which there is a site referred to in subparagraph (1)(c)(iv) that states the applicant’s corporate name and any other name registered with the province under which the applicant will carry out activities in respect of precursors or will identify itself.
61 The Minister may, on receiving an application made under this Part, require the submission of any additional information that pertains to the information contained in the application and that is necessary for the Minister to process the application.
Registration and Certificate
62 Subject to section 63, if the requirements of section 60 are met, the Minister shall register the applicant or renew the applicant’s registration, and issue a registration certificate indicating
(a) the registration number;
(b) the name of the registered dealer or, if the registered dealer is a corporation, its corporate name;
(c) the applicant’s address or, if the applicant is a corporation, its head office address in Canada, if applicable;
(d) the effective date of the certificate;
(e) the date of expiry of the certificate; and
(f) any conditions that are necessary to
Grounds for Refusal
(a) the applicant is not eligible under section 58;
(b) the Minister has reasonable grounds to believe that any information or document included in the application is false or misleading;
(c) additional information required under section 61 has not been provided or is insufficient to process the application;
(d) the registration would permit an activity that would not be in compliance with an international obligation of Canada;
(e) information received from a competent authority, the United Nations or a peace officer raises a reasonable belief that the applicant has been or will be involved in the diversion of a controlled substance or precursor to an illicit market or use;
(f) the applicant is not, or within the previous 10 years has not been, in compliance with
(g) the senior person in charge mentioned in the application has been convicted, as an adult, within the previous 10 years of
(h) the registration would likely create a risk to public health, safety or security, including the risk of a Class B precursor being diverted to an illicit market or use.
(2) The Minister is not required to refuse to register an applicant or renew an applicant’s registration under paragraph (1)(b) or (f) if the applicant
- SOR/2005-365, s. 37
Length of Validity
64 A registration is valid for a maximum of five years from the effective date of the registration.
Notice of Change of Information
65 (1) A registered dealer shall give notice to the Minister in writing of any change of information provided in the application for registration or any subsequent notice of change given under this subsection.
(2) Subject to subsection (5), the notice shall be given not later than 10 days after the change takes effect.
(3) If the change deals with information shown on the registration certificate, the registered dealer shall include the original certificate with the notice given under subsection (1).
(4) Subject to paragraphs 67(1)(e) and (f), if the requirements of subsections (1) to (3) are met, the Minister shall amend the registration certificate accordingly.
(5) If the change deals with the designation of a replacement for the senior person in charge, the registered dealer shall
(6) If the senior person in charge ceases to act in that capacity due to death or an unforseen circumstance, the registered dealer may authorize another person who satisfies the requirements of subsection 59(3) to act as the interim senior person in charge until approval is granted by the Minister concerning the designation of a replacement for the senior person in charge.
(7) A registered dealer shall advise the Minister within 10 days if the senior person in charge for the site ceases to act in that capacity.
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