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Vol. 142, No. 9 — March 1, 2008

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of Part 7, Division 3, of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Permit No. 4543-2-04320 is approved.

 1. Permittee: Department of Public Works and Government Services, Quebec Region.

 2. Type of Permit: Permit to load or dispose of dredged material.

 3. Term of Permit: Permit is valid from March 31 to November 30, 2008.

 4. Loading Site(s): Grosse-Île Harbour, 47°37.69¢ N, 61°30.78¢ W (NAD83), excluding the zone of exclusion as described in drawing 4294-2 of the Department of the Environment faxed to the Department of Public Works and Government Services on January 30, 2006.

 5. Disposal Site(s):

(a) Disposal Site GI-2, 47°37.85¢ N, 61°29.60¢ W (NAD83); and

(b) Grosse-Île Harbour, 47°37.69¢ N, 61°30.78¢ W (NAD83).

 6. Route to Disposal Site(s):

(a) Most direct navigational route from the loading site to the disposal site. The disposal site is located approximately 1.5 km northeast of Grosse-Île Harbour; and

(b) Not applicable.

 7. Equipment: Hydraulic shovel, crane equipped with a clamshell dredge, towed scow, steel beam or scraper blade.

 8. Method of Disposal:

(a) Dredging will be carried out with a hydraulic shovel or a crane equipped with a clamshell dredge and dumping will be carried out with a towed scow; and

(b) Levelling of the seabed by a steel beam, scraper blade, or hydraulic shovel.

 9. Rate of Disposal: As required by normal operations.

10. Total Quantity to Be Disposed of: Not to exceed 6 000 m3 scow measure.

11. Material to Be Disposed of: Dredged material consisting of gravel, sand, silt, clay, or colloids.

12. Requirements and Restrictions:

12.1. Prior to commencing dredging operations with disposal at sea, the Permittee must consult with Coopérative des pêcheurs de Cap Dauphin, 51 Shore Road, P.O. Box 8, Grosse-Île, Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec G0B 1M0, and agree, in writing, to an operations schedule that avoids changes to the water quality, for sea-water intakes at the end of the Grosse-Île wharf, which would be attributable to suspended sediments resulting from dredging operations. The sea-water intakes mentioned in these conditions are the property of the above-mentioned cooperative and are used to supply the fish-processing plant during fishing season.

12.2. It is required that the Permittee report, in writing, to the Regional Director, Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Department of the Environment, Quebec Region, 105 McGill Street, 4th Floor, Montréal, Quebec H2Y 2E7, 514-496-6982 (fax), immersion.dpe@ec.gc.ca (email), at least 48 hours prior to the first disposal operation pursuant to this permit.

12.3. The Permittee shall submit a written report to the Regional Director, identified in paragraph 12.2, within 30 days from the expiry of the permit. This report shall include the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations mentioned in paragraph 12.6 and contain the following information: the total quantity and type of material disposed of pursuant to the permit, the dates on which the loading and disposal activities occurred, and the equipment used for disposal operations.

12.4. It is required that the Permittee admit any enforcement officers designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act,1999 to any place, ship, aircraft, platform or other structure directly related to the loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit, at any reasonable time throughout the duration of this permit.

12.5. A copy of this permit must, at all times, be kept aboard any vessel involved with the disposal operations.

12.6. The Permittee must complete the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations as provided by the Department of the Environment. This register must, at all times, be kept aboard any vessel involved with the disposal operations and be accessible to enforcement officers designated under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

12.7. The Permittee must signal the Canadian Coast Guard station at Rivière-au-Renard immediately before leaving the port for disposal operations at the disposal site. The Permittee must record these communications in the register mentioned in the previous paragraph.

12.8. The Permittee shall mark out the disposal site with buoys for the entire duration of disposal operations.

12.9. The loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall not be carried out without written authorization from the Permittee.

12.10. The fee prescribed by the Ocean Dumping Permit Fee Regulations (Site Monitoring) shall be paid by the Permittee in accordance with those Regulations.

ALAIN GOSSELIN
Environmental Stewardship
Quebec Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of Part 7, Division 3, of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Permit No. 4543-2-04322 is approved.

 1. Permittee: Department of Public Works and Government Services, Quebec Region.

 2. Type of Permit: Permit to load or dispose of dredged material.

 3. Term of Permit: Permit is valid from April 1 to April 24, 2008, from July 16 to July 31, 2008, and from October 1 to November 30, 2008. The Permittee may modify the duration of the permit with the written approval of the Department of the Environment.

 4. Loading Site(s): L’Anse-à-Brillant Harbour dredging zone, 48°43.27¢ N, 64°17.37¢ W (NAD83), excluding the zone of exclusion as described in Figure 2 of the document entitled “Examen environnemental préalable. L’Anse-à-Brillant, Gaspésie, Dragage d’entretien 2007” by the Department of Public Works and Government Services and approved by the Department of the Environment.

 5. Disposal Site(s):

(a) Disposal Site ABR-1, 48°43.92¢ N, 64°16.92¢ W (NAD83); and

(b) L’Anse-à-Brillant Harbour, 48°43.27¢ N, 64°17.37¢ W (NAD83).

 6. Route to Disposal Site(s):

(a) Most direct navigational route from the loading site to the disposal site. The disposal site is located approximately 1.5 km north of L’Anse-à-Brillant wharf; and

(b) Not applicable.

 7. Equipment: Hydraulic shovel, crane equipped with a clamshell dredge, towed scow, steel beam or scraper blade.

 8. Method of Disposal:

(a) Dredging will be carried out with a hydraulic shovel or a crane equipped with a clamshell dredge and dumping will be carried out with a towed scow; and

(b) Levelling of the seabed by a steel beam, scraper blade, or hydraulic shovel.

 9. Rate of Disposal: As required by normal operations.

10. Total Quantity to Be Disposed of: Not to exceed 4 000 m3 scow measure.

11. Material to Be Disposed of: Dredged material consisting of gravel, sand, silt, clay, or colloids.

12. Requirements and Restrictions:

12.1. It is required that the Permittee report, in writing, to the Regional Director, Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Department of the Environment, Quebec Region, 105 McGill Street, 4th Floor, Montréal, Quebec H2Y 2E7, 514-496-6982 (fax), immersion.dpe@ec.gc.ca (email), at least 48 hours prior to the first disposal operation pursuant to this permit.

12.2. The Permittee shall submit a written report to the Regional Director, identified in paragraph 12.1, within 30 days from the expiry of the permit. This report shall include the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations mentioned in paragraph 12.5 and contain the following information: the total quantity and type of material disposed of pursuant to the permit, the dates on which the loading and disposal activities occurred, and the equipment used for disposal operations.

12.3. It is required that the Permittee admit any enforcement officers designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act,1999 to any place, ship, aircraft, platform or other structure directly related to the loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit, at any reasonable time throughout the duration of this permit.

12.4. A copy of this permit must, at all times, be kept aboard any vessel involved with the disposal operations.

12.5. The Permittee must complete the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations as provided by the Department of the Environment. This register must, at all times, be kept on board any vessel involved with the disposal operations and be accessible to enforcement officers designated under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

12.6. The Permittee must signal the Canadian Coast Guard station at Rivière-au-Renard immediately before leaving the port for disposal operations at the disposal site. The Permittee must record these communications in the register mentioned in the previous paragraph.

12.7. The Permittee shall mark out the disposal site with buoys for the entire duration of disposal operations.

12.8. The loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall not be carried out without written authorization from the Permittee.

12.9. The fee prescribed by the Ocean Dumping Permit Fee Regulations (Site Monitoring) shall be paid by the Permittee in accordance with those Regulations.

ALAIN GOSSELIN
Environmental Stewardship
Quebec Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of Part 7, Division 3, of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Permit No. 4543-2-04325 is approved.

 1. Permittee: Department of Public Works and Government Services, Quebec Region.

 2. Type of Permit: Permit to load or dispose of dredged material.

 3. Term of Permit: Permit is valid from April 1 to April 24, 2008, from July 8 to July 22, 2008, and from October 1, 2008, to March 31, 2009. The Permittee may modify the duration of the permit with the written approval of the Department of the Environment.

 4. Loading Site(s): Port-Daniel-Est Harbour dredging zone, 48°10.94¢ N, 64°57.69¢ W (NAD83), excluding the zone of exclusion as described in Figure 3 of the document entitled “Examen environnemental préalable. Dragage d’entretien 2006-2007 Port Daniel” by the Department of Public Works and Government Services and approved by the Department of the Environment.

 5. Disposal Site(s):

(a) Disposal Site PD-6, 48°08.10¢ N, 64°56.50¢ W (NAD83); and

(b) Port-Daniel-Est Harbour, 48°10.94¢ N, 64°57.69¢ W (NAD83).

 6. Route to Disposal Site(s):

(a) Most direct navigational route from the loading site to the disposal site. The disposal site is located approximately 4.8 km south of Port-Daniel-Est Harbour; and

(b) Not applicable.

 7. Equipment: Hydraulic shovel, crane equipped with a clamshell dredge, towed scow, steel beam or scraper blade.

 8. Method of Disposal:

(a) Dredging will be carried out with a hydraulic shovel or a crane equipped with a clamshell dredge and dumping will be carried out with a towed scow; and

(b) Levelling of the seabed by a steel beam, scraper blade, or hydraulic shovel.

 9. Rate of Disposal: As required by normal operations.

10. Total Quantity to Be Disposed of: Not to exceed 4 000 m3 scow measure.

11. Material to Be Disposed of: Dredged material consisting of gravel, sand, silt, clay, or colloids.

12. Requirements and Restrictions:

12.1. It is required that the Permittee report, in writing, to the Regional Director, Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Department of the Environment, Quebec Region, 105 McGill Street, 4th Floor, Montréal, Quebec H2Y 2E7, 514-496-6982 (fax), immersion.dpe@ec.gc.ca (email), at least 48 hours prior to the first disposal operation pursuant to this permit.

12.2. The Permittee shall submit a written report to the Regional Director, identified in paragraph 12.1, within 30 days from the expiry of the permit. This report shall include the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations mentioned in paragraph 12.5 and contain the following information: the total quantity and type of material disposed of pursuant to the permit, the dates on which the loading and disposal activities occurred, and the equipment used for disposal operations.

12.3. It is required that the Permittee admit any enforcement officers designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act,1999 to any place, ship, aircraft, platform or other structure directly related to the loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit, at any reasonable time throughout the duration of this permit.

12.4. A copy of this permit must, at all times, be kept aboard any vessel involved with the disposal operations.

12.5. The Permittee must complete the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations as provided by the Department of the Environment. This register must, at all times, be kept aboard any vessel involved with the disposal operations and be accessible to enforcement officers designated under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

12.6. The Permittee must signal the Canadian Coast Guard station at Rivière-au-Renard immediately before leaving the port for disposal operations at the disposal site. The Permittee must record these communications in the register mentioned in the previous paragraph.

12.7. The Permittee shall mark out the disposal site with buoys for the entire duration of disposal operations.

12.8. The loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall not be carried out without written authorization from the Permittee.

12.9. The fee prescribed by the Ocean Dumping Permit Fee Regulations (Site Monitoring) shall be paid by the Permittee in accordance with those Regulations.

ALAIN GOSSELIN
Environmental Stewardship
Quebec Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of Part 7, Division 3, of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Permit No. 4543-2-04326 is approved.

 1. Permittee: Department of Public Works and Government Services, Quebec Region.

 2. Type of Permit: Permit to load or dispose of dredged material.

 3. Term of Permit: Permit is valid from March 31 to April 15, 2008, from July 1 to July 31, 2008, and from October 1 to November 30, 2008. The Permittee may modify the duration of the permit with the written approval of the Department of the Environment.

 4. Loading Site(s): Saint-Godefroi Harbour dredging zone, 48°04.36′ N, 65°06.93′ W (NAD83), as defined in Figure 2 of the document entitled “Examen préalable, Saint-Godefroi, dragage d’entretien 2007” by the Department of Public Works and Government Services and approved by the Department of the Environment.

 5. Disposal Site(s):

(a) Disposal Site SG-2, 48°02.70′ N, 65°05.00′ W (NAD83); and

(b) Saint-Godefroi Harbour, 48°04.36′ N, 65°06.93′ W (NAD83).

 6. Route to Disposal Site(s):

(a) Most direct navigational route from the loading site to the disposal site. The disposal site is located approximately 3.9 km southeast of Saint-Godefroi Wharf; and

(b) Not applicable.

 7. Equipment: Hydraulic shovel, crane equipped with a clamshell dredge, towed scow, steel beam or scraper blade.

 8. Method of Disposal:

(a) Dredging will be carried out with a hydraulic shovel or a crane equipped with a clamshell dredge and dumping will be carried out with a towed scow; and

(b) Levelling of the seabed by a steel beam, scraper blade, or hydraulic shovel.

 9. Rate of Disposal: As required by normal operations.

10. Total Quantity to Be Disposed of: Not to exceed 3 000 m3 scow measure.

11. Material to Be Disposed of: Dredged material consisting of gravel, sand, silt, clay, or colloids.

12. Requirements and Restrictions:

12.1. It is required that the Permittee report, in writing, to the Regional Director, Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Department of the Environment, Quebec Region, 105 McGill Street, 4th Floor, Montréal, Quebec H2Y 2E7, 514-496-6982 (fax), immersion.dpe@ec.gc.ca (email), at least 48 hours prior to the first disposal operation pursuant to this permit.

12.2. The Permittee shall submit a written report to the Regional Director, identified in paragraph 12.1, within 30 days from the expiry of the permit. This report shall include the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations mentioned in paragraph 12.5 and contain the following information: the total quantity and type of material disposed of pursuant to the permit, the dates on which the loading and disposal activities occurred, and the equipment used for disposal operations.

12.3. It is required that the Permittee admit any enforcement officers designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act,1999 to any place, ship, aircraft, platform or other structure directly related to the loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit, at any reasonable time throughout the duration of this permit.

12.4. A copy of this permit must, at all times, be kept aboard any vessel involved with the disposal operations.

12.5. The Permittee must complete the Register of Disposal at Sea Operations as provided by the Department of the Environment. This register must, at all times, be kept aboard any vessel involved with the disposal operations and be accessible to enforcement officers designated under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

12.6. The Permittee must signal the Canadian Coast Guard station at Rivière-au-Renard immediately before leaving the port for disposal operations at the disposal site. The Permittee must record these communications in the register mentioned in the previous paragraph.

12.7. The Permittee shall mark out the disposal site with buoys for the entire duration of disposal operations.

12.8. The loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall not be carried out without written authorization from the Permittee.

12.9. The fee prescribed by the Ocean Dumping Permit Fee Regulations (Site Monitoring) shall be paid by the Permittee in accordance with those Regulations.

ALAIN GOSSELIN
Environmental Stewardship
Quebec Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of Part 7, Division 3, of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Permit No. 4543-2-06497 is approved.

 1. Permittee: NU SEA Products Inc., Anchor Point, Newfoundland and Labrador.

 2. Type of Permit: To load and dispose of fish waste and other organic matter resulting from industrial fish-processing operations for the purpose of disposal.

 3. Term of Permit: Permit is valid from April 1, 2008, to March 31, 2009.

 4. Loading Site(s): 51°14.00¢ N, 56°47.50¢ W, Anchor Point, Newfoundland and Labrador.

 5. Disposal Site(s): 51°14.00¢ N, 56°49.80¢ W, at an approximate depth of 30 m.

 6. Route to Disposal Site(s): Most direct navigational route from the loading site to the disposal site.

 7. Equipment: Vessels, barges or other floating equipment complying with all applicable rules regarding safety and navigation and capable of containing all waste cargo during loading and transit to the approved disposal site.

 8. Method of Disposal: The material to be disposed of shall be discharged from the equipment or vessel while steaming within 300 m of the approved disposal site. Disposal will take place in a manner which will promote the greatest degree of dispersion. All vessels will operate at maximum safe speed while discharging offal.

 9. Rate of Disposal: As required by normal operations.

10. Total Quantity to Be Disposed of: Not to exceed 1 400 tonnes.

11. Material to Be Disposed of: Fish waste and other organic matter resulting from industrial fish-processing operations.

12. Requirements and Restrictions:

12.1. It is required that the Permittee report, in writing, to Mr. Rick Wadman, Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Environment Canada, 6 Bruce Street, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador A1N 4T3, 709-772-5097 (fax), rick. wadman@ec.gc.ca (email), at least 48 hours prior to the start of the first disposal operation to be conducted under this permit.

12.2. A written report shall be submitted to Mr. Rick Wadman, identified in paragraph 12.1, within 30 days of either the completion of the work or the expiry of the permit, whichever comes first. This report shall contain the following information: the quantity and type of material disposed of pursuant to the permit and the dates on which the loading and disposal activities occurred.

12.3. It is required that the Permittee admit any enforcement officer designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 to any place, ship or structure directly related to the loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit, at any reasonable time throughout the duration of this permit.

12.4. The loading and transit of waste material to the disposal site must be conducted in such a manner that no material enters the marine environment. Waste material spilled at any place other than the permitted disposal site must be retrieved. All waste must be contained on shore while the barge is away from the loading site.

12.5. The material must be covered by netting or other material to prevent access by gulls, except during direct loading or disposal of the material.

12.6. This permit must be displayed in an area of the plant accessible to the public.

12.7. Vessels operating under the authority of this permit must carry and display a radar-reflecting device at all times mounted on the highest practical location.

12.8. The loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall not be carried out without written authorization from the Permittee.

12.9. Material loaded for the purpose of disposal at sea may not be held aboard any vessel for more than 96 hours without the written consent of an enforcement officer designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

ERIC HUNDERT
Environmental Stewardship
Atlantic Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of Part 7, Division 3, of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Permit No. 4543-2-06498 is approved.

 1. Permittee: NU SEA Products Inc., St. Joseph’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

 2. Type of Permit: To load and dispose of fish waste and other organic matter resulting from industrial fish-processing operations for the purpose of disposal.

 3. Term of Permit: Permit is valid from April 1, 2008, to March 31, 2009.

 4. Loading Site(s): 47°07.10¢ N, 53°31.20¢ W, St. Joseph’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

 5. Disposal Site(s): 47°06.60¢ N, 53°34.40¢ W, at an approximate depth of 70 m.

 6. Route to Disposal Site(s): Most direct navigational route from the loading site to the disposal site.

 7. Equipment: Vessels, barges or other floating equipment complying with all applicable rules regarding safety and navigation and capable of containing all waste cargo during loading and transit to the approved disposal site.

 8. Method of Disposal: The material to be disposed of shall be discharged from the equipment or vessel while steaming within 300 m of the approved disposal site. Disposal will take place in a manner which will promote the greatest degree of dispersion. All vessels will operate at maximum safe speed while discharging offal.

 9. Rate of Disposal: As required by normal operations.

10. Total Quantity to Be Disposed of: Not to exceed 1 400 tonnes.

11. Material to Be Disposed of: Fish waste and other organic matter resulting from industrial fish-processing operations.

12. Requirements and Restrictions:

12.1. It is required that the Permittee report, in writing, to Mr. Rick Wadman, Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Environment Canada, 6 Bruce Street, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador A1N 4T3, 709-772-5097 (fax), rick. wadman@ec.gc.ca (email), at least 48 hours prior to the start of the first disposal operation to be conducted under this permit.

12.2. A written report shall be submitted to Mr. Rick Wadman, identified in paragraph 12.1, within 30 days of either the completion of the work or the expiry of the permit, whichever comes first. This report shall contain the following information: the quantity and type of material disposed of pursuant to the permit and the dates on which the loading and disposal activities occurred.

12.3. It is required that the Permittee admit any enforcement officer designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 to any place, ship or structure directly related to the loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit, at any reasonable time throughout the duration of this permit.

12.4. The loading and transit of waste material to the disposal site must be conducted in such a manner that no material enters the marine environment. Waste material spilled at any place other than the permitted disposal site must be retrieved. All waste must be contained on shore while the barge is away from the loading site.

12.5. The material must be covered by netting or other material to prevent access by gulls, except during direct loading or disposal of the material.

12.6. This permit must be displayed in an area of the plant accessible to the public.

12.7. Vessels operating under the authority of this permit must carry and display a radar-reflecting device at all times mounted on the highest practical location.

12.8. The loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall not be carried out without written authorization from the Permittee.

12.9. Material loaded for the purpose of disposal at sea may not be held aboard any vessel for more than 96 hours without the written consent of an enforcement officer designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

ERIC HUNDERT
Environmental Stewardship
Atlantic Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of Part 7, Division 3, of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Permit No. 4543-2-06499 is approved.

 1. Permittee: NU SEA Products Inc., Ship Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador.

 2. Type of Permit: To load and dispose of fish waste and other organic matter resulting from industrial fish-processing operations for the purpose of disposal.

 3. Term of Permit: Permit is valid from April 1, 2008, to March 31, 2009.

 4. Loading Site(s):

(a) 47°35.48¢ N, 53°12.06¢ W, Ship Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador; and

(b) 47°35.29¢ N, 53°12.55¢ W, Port de Grave, Newfoundland and Labrador.

 5. Disposal Site(s): 47°35.00¢ N, 53°11.00¢ W, at an approximate depth of 124 m.

 6. Route to Disposal Site(s): Most direct navigational route from the loading site to the disposal site.

 7. Equipment: Vessels, barges or other floating equipment complying with all applicable rules regarding safety and navigation and capable of containing all waste cargo during loading and transit to the approved disposal site.

 8. Method of Disposal: The material to be disposed of shall be discharged from the equipment or vessel while steaming within 300 m of the approved disposal site. Disposal will take place in a manner which will promote the greatest degree of dispersion. All vessels will operate at maximum safe speed while discharging offal.

 9. Rate of Disposal: As required by normal operations.

10. Total Quantity to Be Disposed of: Not to exceed 1 400 tonnes.

11. Material to Be Disposed of: Fish waste and other organic matter resulting from industrial fish-processing operations.

12. Requirements and Restrictions:

12.1. It is required that the Permittee report, in writing, to Mr. Rick Wadman, Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Environment Canada, 6 Bruce Street, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland and Labrador A1N 4T3, 709-772-5097 (fax), rick. wadman@ec.gc.ca (email), at least 48 hours prior to the start of the first disposal operation to be conducted under this permit.

12.2. A written report shall be submitted to Mr. Rick Wadman, identified in paragraph 12.1, within 30 days of either the completion of the work or the expiry of the permit, whichever comes first. This report shall contain the following information: the quantity and type of material disposed of pursuant to the permit and the dates on which the loading and disposal activities occurred.

12.3. It is required that the Permittee admit any enforcement officer designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 to any place, ship or structure directly related to the loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit, at any reasonable time throughout the duration of this permit.

12.4. The loading and transit of waste material to the disposal site must be conducted in such a manner that no material enters the marine environment. Waste material spilled at any place other than the permitted disposal site must be retrieved. All waste must be contained on shore while the barge is away from the loading site.

12.5. The material must be covered by netting or other material to prevent access by gulls, except during direct loading or disposal of the material.

12.6. This permit must be displayed in an area of the plant accessible to the public.

12.7. Vessels operating under the authority of this permit must carry and display a radar-reflecting device at all times mounted on the highest practical location.

12.8. The loading or disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall not be carried out without written authorization from the Permittee.

12.9. Material loaded for the purpose of disposal at sea may not be held aboard any vessel for more than 96 hours without the written consent of an enforcement officer designated pursuant to subsection 217(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

ERIC HUNDERT
Environmental Stewardship
Atlantic Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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(Erratum)

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice of identification of the sixth batch of substances in the Challenge

Notice is hereby given that in the February 16, 2008 issue of the Canada Gazette, Part I, Vol. 142, No. 7, Section 2 of Schedule 1 to the French version of the above-titled notice on pages 328 and 329 should have read as follows:

2. Substances du sixième lot du Défi

A. Substances jugées persistantes, bioaccumulables et intrinsèquement toxiques pour les organismes autres que les humains qui seraient commercialisées au Canada

No CAS

Nom de la substance

85-86-9

1-(4-(Phénylazo)phénylazo)-2-naphtol

1229-55-6*

1-[(2-Méthoxyphényl)azo]-2-naphtol

1937-37-7*

4-Amino-3-[[4¢-[(2,4-diaminophényl)azo][1,1¢-biphényl]-4-yl]azo]-5-hydroxy-6-(phénylazo)naphtalène-2,7-disulfonate de disodium

3118-97-6*

1-(2,4-Diméthylphénylazo)napht-2-ol

6250-23-3*

p-[[p-(Phénylazo)phényl]azo]phénol

6253-10-7*

p-[[4-(Phénylazo)-1-naphtyl]azo]phénol

6300-37-4*

4-[[p-(Phénylazo)phényl]azo]-o-crésol

6358-57-2

3-[[2,2¢-Diméthyl-4¢-[(4-[[(p-tolyl)sulfonyl]oxy]phényl]azo] [1,1¢-biphényl]-4-yl]azo]-4-hydroxynaphtalène-2,7-disulfonate de disodium

6535-42-8

4-[(4-Éthoxyphényl)azo]naphtol

7147-42-4*

2,2¢-[(3,3¢-Diméthoxy[1,1¢-biphényl]-4,4¢-diyl)bis(azo)]bis [N-(2-méthylphényl)-3-oxobutyramide]

19800-42-1

4-[[2-Méthoxy-4-[(4-nitrophényl)azo]phényl]azo)]phénol

21811-64-3*

p,p′-[p-Phénylènebis(azo)]bisphénol

93805-00-6*

p-[[2-Méthoxy-4-[(2-méthoxyphényl)azo]-5-méthylphényl]azo]phénol

* Substances pour lesquelles aucune réponse n’a été reçue à la suite de l’avis publié dans la Partie I de la Gazette du Canada, vol. 140, no 9, en vertu de l’article 71 de la Loi canadienne sur la protection de l’environnement (1999), le 4 mars 2006, mais pour lesquelles des parties intéressées ont indiqué un intérêt dans le formulaire de Déclaration de non-implication.

B. Substances identifiées comme présentant un risque élevé pour les humains et une forte probabilité d’exposition de la population au Canada

No CAS

Nom de la substance

74-87-3

Chlorométhane

100-44-7

α-Chlorotoluène

107-05-1

3-Chloropropène

117-82-8

Phtalate de bis(2-méthoxyéthyle)

68515-42-4

Phtalates de dialkylés en C7-11, ramifiés et linéaires

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DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE

NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONDUCT A STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF A FREE TRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN CANADA AND THE HASHEMITE KINGDOM OF JORDAN

The Government of Canada will be undertaking a Strategic Environmental Assessment of a proposed Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (Jordan). Comments are invited on any likely and significant environmental impacts of this initiative on Canada.

Background

In response to today’s rapidly evolving global trading environment, the Government of Canada is committed to an aggressive bilateral trade negotiations agenda, as outlined in Budget 2007 and the Government’s economic plan, Advantage Canada. On February 20, 2008, following an announcement made in July 2007 by Prime Minister Harper and his Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan to explore the feasibility of negotiating an FTA, the Government launched formal negotiations with Jordan. The decision to move forward with the negotiations followed exploratory discussions held in November 2007 in Amman, Jordan. Canada will pursue its practice of negotiating environmental and labour provisions in the context of this proposed FTA.

To learn more about this FTA and about Canada’s trade negotiations and agreements generally, you are invited to visit www.international.gc.ca/trade-agreements-accords-commerciaux/index.aspx?lang=en.

Additional information on this FTA initiative is available on the following Web site:

Strategic Environmental Assessments

The Government of Canada is committed to sustainable development. Mutually supportive trade and environmental policies can contribute to this objective. This process is guided by the 2001 Framework for Conducting Environmental Assessments of Trade Negotiations with direction from the 1999 Cabinet Directive on the Environmental Assessment of Policy, Plan, and Program Proposals. For the full text of the Framework, please refer to www.international.gc.ca/trade-agreements-accords-commerciaux/ds/Environment.aspx?lang=en.

The Framework provides a systematic process of identifying and evaluating the likely and significant positive and negative environmental impacts of a proposed free trade agreement on Canada. Public consultations are conducted throughout the process, which generally includes the following steps:

1. Announcement of the intent to conduct an Environmental Assessment, which is the purpose of this Canada Gazette notice;

2. Preparation of an Initial Environmental Assessment report that will include scoping out the main environmental issues that may arise as a result of a free trade agreement being negotiated, identifying elements of the negotiations to undergo initial analysis with respect to environmental impacts, determine the need for more detailed analysis, and identify potential mitigation and enhancement actions that could be taken;

3. Preparation of a Draft Environmental Assessment report, as required, that includes an in-depth analysis of the issues raised in the Initial Environmental Assessment; and

4. Preparation of a Final Environmental Assessment report that will be released after the conclusion of negotiations.

A consistent four-step analytical methodology is applied during the Initial, Draft, and Final Environmental Assessment:

— Identify the economic effects in Canada of the Agreements;

— Identify the likely environmental impacts in Canada of such effects;

— Assess the significance of the likely environmental impacts; and

— Identify enhancement/mitigation options to inform the negotiations.

The Framework recognizes that trade liberalization activity could affect the level and pattern of economic activity, and the type of products and technologies traded, and could have regulatory and policy implications. The Framework also indicates that the assessment will focus on the most likely and significant impacts of trade negotiations on the Canadian environment. Transboundary, regional and global environment impacts are considered if they have a direct impact on the Canadian environment.

Environmental Assessment of an FTA between Canada and Jordan

An Environmental Assessment Committee will be formed to undertake the analysis of the FTA. Coordinated by Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, the Environmental Assessment Committee includes representatives from various federal government departments and agencies. In keeping with the Framework, the analysis and preparation of the reports will be informed by input received from provincial and territorial governments, industry groups, civil society, and the public.

Submissions by interested parties (see footnote a)

All interested parties are invited to submit by April 4, 2008, their views on the likely and significant environmental impacts on Canada resulting from an FTA with Jordan.

Submissions should include the following:

1. The contributor’s name and address and, if applicable, that of his or her organization, institution or business;

2. The specific issues being addressed; and

3. The rationale for the position taken.

Contributions can be sent by email, fax or mail to consultations@international.gc.ca (email), 613-944-3489 (fax), Environmental Assessment of the Canada-Jordan FTA, Consultations and Liaison Division, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, Lester B. Pearson Building, 125 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G2 (mail).

All contributions will be documented and circulated to the Environmental Assessment Committee for review.

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

FOOD AND DRUGS ACT

Food and Drug Regulations — Amendment

Interim Marketing Authorization

Provision currently exists in the Food and Drug Regulations for the use of the enzyme amylase derived from Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus oryzae, Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus amyloliquefaciens, Bacillus licheniformis, Bacillus stearothermophilus and Rhizopus oryzae in the production of different food products at levels consistent with good manufacturing practice.

Health Canada has received a submission to permit the use of amylase derived from Aspergillus oryzae var. in the production of infant cereals at levels consistent with good manufacturing practice. Evaluation of available data supports the safety and effectiveness of amylase derived from Aspergillus oryzae var. in these food products.

The use of amylase derived from this micro-organism will benefit the consumer through the availability of quality food products. It will also benefit industry through more efficient and improved manufacturing conditions.

Therefore, it is the intention of Health Canada to recommend that the Food and Drug Regulations be amended to permit the use of amylase derived from Aspergillus oryzae var. in the production of infant cereals at levels consistent with good manufacturing practice.

As a means to improve the responsiveness of the regulatory system, an Interim Marketing Authorization (IMA) is being issued to permit the immediate use of amylase derived from Aspergillus oryzae var. in the production of the foods listed above, at levels consistent with good manufacturing practice, while the regulatory process is undertaken to formally amend the Regulations.

The proposed regulatory amendments would be enabling measures to allow the use of amylase derived from Aspergillus oryzae var. The amendments are supported by the safety assessment and would have low impact on the economy and the environment. Consequently, the regulatory amendments may proceed directly to final approval and publication in the Canada Gazette, Part II.

Interested persons may make representations with respect to Health Canada’s intention to amend the Regulations within 75 days after the date of publication of this notice. All such representations must cite the Canada Gazette, Part I, and the date of publication of this notice, and be addressed to the contact person identified below.

Contact

Marie-Claude Tardif, Associate Director, Bureau of Food Regulatory, International and Interagency Affairs, Health Canada, 200 Tunney’s Pasture Driveway, Address Locator 0702C1, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0K9, 613-957-1750 (telephone), 613-941-3537 (fax), sche-ann@hc-sc.gc.ca (email).

February 20, 2008

MEENA BALLANTYNE
Assistant Deputy Minister
Health Products and Food Branch

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

FOOD AND DRUGS ACT

Notice of Intent — Food and Drug Regulations —Project No. 1584 — Schedule F

This Notice of Intent (NOI) is to provide an opportunity to comment on the proposal to amend Part I of Schedule F to the Food and Drug Regulations to revise the listing for naproxen and its salts to allow non-prescription status when sold for oral use with a daily dose of 440 mg.

“Naproxen and its salts” is currently listed in Part I of Schedule F without any qualifying phrases or exceptions. This means that all strengths of naproxen and its salts currently require a prescription in order to be sold in Canada.

Schedule F is a list of medicinal ingredients, the sale of which is controlled under sections C.01.041 to C.01.049 of the Food and Drug Regulations. Part I of Schedule F lists ingredients that require a prescription for human use and for veterinary use. Part II of Schedule F lists ingredients that require a prescription for human use, but do not require a prescription for veterinary use if so labelled or if in a form unsuitable for human use.

Description

Naproxen and its salts is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is used to treat inflammation and pain. Naproxen and naproxen sodium, a naproxen salt, have been available as prescription drugs in Canada since 1975 and 1980, respectively.

Naproxen and its salts as a non-prescription drug would have indications for use that are amenable to self-diagnosis, self-treatment and self-monitoring. These indications for use include symptomatic treatment of headache, toothache, muscular ache, backache, pain or stiffness of arthritic conditions, menstrual pain, minor aches and pain associated with the common cold and pain due to minor surgery, dental extractions and muscle sprains as well as for fever reduction. The recommended non-prescription daily dose is 440 mg. The duration of use should not exceed five days of continuous treatment without consulting a practitioner.

Naproxen sodium was approved for non-prescription use in the United States in 1994 and, subsequently, in 33 other countries. Non-prescription status is currently under review in four additional countries, including Canada. Naproxen sodium has a wide margin of safety. Postmarketing experience has shown that a 440-mg daily dose is not associated with significant adverse effects. There are no dose-related or age-related adverse effects, no special populations at risk and no clinically significant drug or food interactions. In addition to its large safety margin, side effects associated with the use of a daily 440-mg dose are minor and transient in nature, with incidence and severity being equivalent to that observed in placebo-treated groups.

Alternatives

The alternative option would be to leave naproxen and its salts in Schedule F for all dosages and conditions of use. As measured against the factors for listing drugs in Schedule F, it has been determined that maintaining naproxen and its salts in Schedule F for all strengths and conditions of use is not appropriate.

The availability of a non-prescription naproxen and its salts with a 440-mg daily dose would provide consumers with another option for self-treatment of mild to moderate pain.

Benefits and costs

The proposed amendment would impact on the following sectors:

  • Public

The availability of naproxen and its salts with a 440-mg daily dose as a non-prescription product would provide consumers with more convenient access to treatment for pain.

Product labels would be required to include directions for use and applicable cautionary statements. This would help to provide information to the public about the product’s safe and proper use.

The public would be required to pay directly for the product, as products which do not require a prescription are not usually covered by drug insurance plans.

  • Health insurance plans

There would be no anticipated cost for privately funded drug benefit plans, since most do not cover the cost of non-prescription drugs.

  • Provincial health care services

There would be no anticipated cost to provincial drug benefit plans, since most do not cover the costs of non-prescription drugs.

Compliance and enforcement

This amendment would not alter existing compliance mechanisms under the provisions of the Food and Drugs Act and the Food and Drug Regulations enforced by the Health Products and Food Branch Inspectorate.

Consultation

The process for this consultation with stakeholders is described in the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to streamline regulatory amendments to Schedule F, which came into effect on February 22, 2005. The MOU is posted on the Health Canada Web site.

This NOI is being sent by email to stakeholders and is also being posted on the Health Canada Web site and the “Consulting With Canadians” Web site.

Any comments regarding this proposed amendment should be sent within 75 days following the date of publication in the Canada Gazette, Part I. The policy analyst for this project, Karen Ash, may be contacted at the following address: Refer to Project No. 1584, Policy Division, Bureau of Policy, Science and International Programs, Therapeutic Products Directorate, Holland Cross, Tower B, 2nd Floor, 1600 Scott Street, Address Locator 3102C5, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0K9, 613-948-4623 (telephone), 613-941-6458 (fax), regaff_access@hc-sc.gc.ca (email).

Final approval

In accordance with the MOU process, it is anticipated that this amendment will proceed directly from this consultation to consideration for final approval by the Governor in Council, approximately six to eight months from the date of publication of this NOI in the Canada Gazette, Part I. If the amendment is approved by the Governor in Council, publication in the Canada Gazette, Part II, would follow. The amendment will come into force on the date of registration.

MEENA BALLANTYNE
Assistant Deputy Minister

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

CANADA CORPORATIONS ACT

Application for surrender of charter

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of the Canada Corporations Act, an application for surrender of charter was received from

File No.

Name of Company

Received

292024-7

AHAVAS RAYIM SYNAGOGUE OF MANOIR MONTEFIORE

30/01/2008

243694-9

DASTURJI KOOKADARU MEMORIAL TRUST FOR MAZDAYESNI ZARATHUSHTRIS

17/01/2008

378781-8

THE BEAR FOUNDATION

19/12/2007

February 22, 2008

AÏSSA AOMARI
Director
Incorporation and Information
Products and Services Directorate
For the Minister of Industry

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

CANADA CORPORATIONS ACT

Letters patent

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of the Canada Corporations Act, letters patent have been issued to

File No.

Name of Company

Head Office

Effective Date

446513-0

ACTION MINISTÈRES D’ÉVANGÉLISATION
ACTION EVANGELIZATION MINISTRIES

Saint-Lambert (Qc)

15/01/2008

446531-8

ADAM HARLOW FELLOWSHIP FUND

Town of Kemptville, Ont.

16/01/2008

442831-5

Africa SOMA Inc. /
Afrique SOMA Inc.

Montréal, Que.

29/11/2007

446127-4

African Heritage Resources Information Centre (AFHRIC)

Toronto, Ont.

31/12/2007

446115-1

AGRIVITA CANADA INC.

Saskatoon, Sask.

24/12/2007

444157-5

Aide Mutuelle pour une Environnement Nouveau (AMEN)

Montréal (Qc)

05/09/2007

446163-1

ALZHEIMER’S FOUNDATION FOR CAREGIVING IN CANADA INC.

Richmond Hill, Ont.

11/01/2008

445566-5

ANGELITOS DE LUZ CANADA

Toronto, Ont.

28/11/2007

446157-6

ARMENIA-CANADA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE /
CHAMBRE DE COMMERCE ARMÉNIE-CANADA

Montréal, Que.

10/01/2008

445581-9

Association for Reformed Political Action Canada (ARPA) Canada

Lethbridge, Alta.

03/12/2007

446136-3

ASSOCIATION OF CANADIAN PSYCHOLOGY REGULATORY ORGANIZATIONS
ASSOCIATION DES ORGANISMES CANADIENS DE RÉGLEMENTATION EN PSYCHOLOGIE (ACPRO)

Toronto, Ont.

02/01/2008

446049-9

ATLANTIC CANADIAN ANTI-SEALING COALITION /
COALITION CANADIENNE ATLANTIQUE CONTRE LA CHASSE AUX PHOQUES

Halifax, N.S.

21/12/2007

445142-2

ATT WELLNESS FOUNDATION

Edmonton, Alta.

30/10/2007

445143-1

ATT WELLNESS FUND

City of Edmonton, Alta.

30/10/2007

446164-9

CAMERON SMITH MEMORIAL FUND

Ottawa, Ont.

11/01/2008

445799-4

CANADA-AFRICA DEVELOPMENT AND RELIEF AGENCY

Ottawa, Ont.

11/12/2007

445496-1

CANADA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MUSEUM CORPORATION FOUNDATION

Ottawa, Ont.

14/11/2007

444443-4

Canadian Association of South Asian Lawyers (CASAL)

Richmond Hill, Ont.

27/09/2007

446142-8

CANADIAN FRIENDS OF ISRAELI HEMOPHILIA ASSOCIATION

Toronto, Ont.

04/01/2008

427471-7

Canadian Livestock Dealers Association

Medicine Hat, Alta.

31/12/2004

445854-1

Canadian Nuclear Law Organization
L’organisation canadienne du droit nucléaire

Toronto, Ont.

14/12/2007

446133-9

CENTRAL CHINA COMMERCE CHAMBER, CANADA

Toronto, Ont.

06/02/2008

446778-7

Chabad Youth Network

Thornhill, Ont.

04/02/2008

446536-9

Concrete Hoops Basketball Association

Toronto, Ont.

17/01/2008

446151-7

Conseil national du leadership/
National Leadership Council

Montréal (Qc)

08/01/2008

446095-2

CONSORTIUM DE RECHERCHE EN PLASTURGIE ET COMPOSITES DU QUÉBEC

Lévis (Qc)

21/12/2007

445783-8

Corporation Charny Revit

Charny (Qc)

07/12/2007

446145-2

COUNCIL ON INNOVATION

Oshawa, Ont.

04/01/2008

445842-7

CRESTWOOD PREPARATORY COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

Toronto, Ont.

19/12/2007

440485-8

DAPO AGORO FOUNDATION FOR PEACE

Ottawa, Ont.

31/12/2007

445091-4

DEVELOPING WORLD PARTNERSHIPS

Summerside, Prince County, P.E.I.

18/10/2007

444205-9

EMERGE Ministries Canada Inc.

North York, Ont.

20/09/2007

444829-4

EVANGELAFRICA

Ottawa, Ont.

03/10/2007

446837-6

FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES

Toronto, Ont.

30/01/2008

446793-1

Fondation URDA Canada
URDA Canada Foundation

Montréal (Qc)

13/02/2008

446535-1

FOUNDATION FOR HEALTH EDUCATION AND LITERACY, PREVENTION EDUCATION FOR DEVELOPMENT (H.E.L.P.E.D.) /
FONDATION POUR L’ÉDUCATION EN SANTÉ, LA FORMATION ET L’ÉDUCATION PRÉVENTIVE POUR LE DÉVELOPPEMENT (E.S.F.E.P.D.)

Franklin Centre, Que.

17/01/2008

445788-9

Freethought Association of Canada Inc. -
Association Canadienne de la Libre-Pensée Inc.

Toronto, Ont.

10/12/2007

446552-1

FRIENDS in Action International - Canada

Orangeville, Ont.

21/01/2008

446551-2

FRIENDS OF YESHIVAT CHOVEVEI TORAH

Toronto, Ont.

21/01/2008

443960-1

FRONT DE MOBILISATION SOCIALE (FMS)-CARAVELLE

Ottawa, Ont.

02/10/2007

444742-5

HAIDA GWAII TLUU

Vancouver, B.C.

30/01/2008

445380-8

IAMBLACKHISTORY /
JESUISL’HISTOIREDESNOIRS

City of Verdun, Que.

07/11/2007

446257-2

IHE CANADA

Montréal, Que.

24/12/2007

445545-2

IN THEIR SHOES /
DANS LEURS CHAUSSURES

Montréal, Que.

21/11/2007

446245-9

INDIGENOUS COMMISSION FOR COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES IN THE AMERICAS

Ottawa, Ont.

08/01/2008

446105-3

Institute for Collaborative Innovation (ICI)

Ottawa, Ont.

24/12/2007

446107-0

International Chang-Hon Taekwon-Do Federation, World Headquarters

Woodbridge, Ont.

24/12/2007

446239-4

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FOUNDATION (CANADA)

Vancouver, B.C.

03/01/2008

438318-4

International Photonics Conferences Society Société de Conférences Internationales en Photonique

Québec, Que.

06/09/2006

445473-1

IRANIAN CANADIAN BUILDERS’ ASSOCIATION

Toronto, Ont.

08/11/2007

445163-5

JOY FOUNTAIN CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT INC.

City of Winnipeg, Man.

01/11/2007

445789-7

KIDNEY CANCER CANADA ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DU CANCER DU REIN

Mississauga, Ont.

10/12/2007

446140-1

KOREAN MARTYRS CATHOLIC CHURCH

Toronto, Ont.

03/01/2008

442595-2

KOSA FONDATION \
KOSA FOUNDATION

Montréal (Qc)

23/01/2008

446676-4

LAWYERS AID CANADA
AIDE DES AVOCATS CANADA

Toronto, Ont.

29/01/2008

445649-1

LE REGROUPEMENT AFFAIRES FEMMES (RAF)

Ottawa (Ont.)

28/01/2008

445846-0

LES JEUX DE LA FRANCOPHONIE CANADIENNE DU GRAND SUDBURY, 2011

Grand Sudbury (Ont.)

20/12/2007

445757-9

LMMC ENDOWMENT FUND
FONDS DE DOTATION LMMC

Montréal, Que.

19/12/2007

446113-4

LOSING OUR PARENTS

Regional Municipality of York, Ont.

24/12/2007

446522-9

MEHR KOSAR CHARITY ORGANIZATION

Toronto, Ont.

16/01/2008

446159-2

NATURAL HEALTH PRODUCT PROTECTION ASSOCIATION

Kamloops, B.C.

11/01/2008

446138-0

NUPOOR DANCE CREATIONS

City of Markham, Ont.

03/01/2008

444739-5

Okanagan WFC

Greater Vancouver, B.C.

22/01/2008

445795-1

Pacific Design Foundation

Victoria, B.C.

11/12/2007

446537-7

PEACE CAMP CANADA INTERNATIONAL

Toronto, Ont.

17/01/2008

446190-8

PROPERTY TAX CONSULTANTS INSTITUTE OF CANADA/
INSTITUT DE CONSULTANTS EN MATIÈRE D’IMPÔT FONCIER DU CANADA

Toronto, Ont.

18/01/2008

444916-9

SALTANCE PRODUCTIONS

Charlottetown, P.E.I.

05/10/2007

446154-1

SANTA IN THE CITY

Toronto, Ont.

09/01/2008

444405-1

SOCIÉTÉ BOUDDHIQUE TRUNG - THUY

Montréal (Qc)

20/09/2007

444952-5

ST. JOSEPH’S FOUNDATION OF ELLIOT LAKE

City of Elliot Lake, Ont.

16/10/2007

444108-7

STUDENT’S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR KASHMIR

Brampton, Ont.

28/08/2007

444740-9

Surrey WFC

Greater Vancouver, B.C.

22/01/2008

445556-8

The Canadian Feminist Alliance for International Action (FAFIA)
l’Alliance canadienne féministe pour l’action internationale (AFAI)

Ottawa, Ont.

11/11/2007

446517-2

THE CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF URUGUAYAN CULTURE INC. /
L’INSTITUT CANADIEN POUR LE DÉVELOPPEMENT DE LA CULTURE URUGUAYENNE INC.

Regional Municipality of Peel, Ont.

15/01/2008

442000-4

The Canadian Space Commerce Association

Brampton, Ont.

22/11/2007

445797-8

The Diana Gastric Cancer Foundation

City of Burlington, Ont.

11/12/2007

446128-2

THE DR. DAN ANDREAE PRIVATE FOUNDATION

Toronto, Ont.

31/12/2007

446796-5

THE IRWIN BEUTEL FOUNDATION
LA FONDATION IRWIN BEUTEL

Montréal, Que.

13/02/2008

444736-1

THE JUMP FUND

Greater Vancouver, B.C.

16/01/2008

444956-8

THE MONTREAL LIVER AND PANCREATIC DISEASES FOUNDATION
LA FONDATION DES MALADIES DU FOIE ET PANCRÉAS DE MONTRÉAL

Montréal, Que.

17/10/2007

446525-3

THE STEPHEN GREENBERG FOUNDATION

Ottawa, Ont.

16/01/2008

444738-7

THE WORLD INSIDE

Greater Vancouver, B.C.

18/01/2008

445847-8

Tian Tian Volunteers Group

Ottawa, Ont.

29/01/2008

444173-7

TODOKAI CANADA

Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Qc)

10/09/2007

445518-5

Toronto First Assembly Church

Toronto, Ont.

16/11/2007

446692-6

TRIUNITY GLOBAL FOUNDATION

City of Scarborough, Ont.

31/01/2008

445816-8

TUMAINI HOUSE

North York, Ont.

14/12/2007

446543-1

Tuzyk-Kelley Foundation

Toronto, Ont.

17/01/2008

445833-8

UMA FOUNDATION

Pickering, Ont.

18/12/2007

446143-6

WILCAM FOUNDATION

Town of Oakville, Ont.

04/01/2008

440912-4

Women’s Federation for World Peace, Canada

Toronto, Ont.

21/09/2007

445563-1

WORK FOR ALL

Ardrossan, Alta.

28/11/2007

446156-8

WRAP CANADA

City of Hamilton, Ont.

10/01/2008

446539-3

YES I Can! Science

Village of Goldwater, County of Simcoe, Ont.

17/01/2008

445454-5

ZAK FOUNDATION

City of Toronto, Ont.

05/11/2007

February 22, 2008

AÏSSA AOMARI
Director
Incorporation and Information
Products and Services Directorate
For the Minister of Industry

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

CANADA CORPORATIONS ACT

Supplementary letters patent

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of the Canada Corporations Act, supplementary letters patent have been issued to

File No.

Company Name

Date of S.L.P.

436435-0

AL-UMMAH HERITAGE CENTRE

07/01/2008

433444-2

Amina Anthropological Resources Association -
Association de ressources anthropologies Amina

27/11/2007

015885-2

ASSOCIATION RECREATIVE LES JARDINS DU CHATEAULES JARDINS DU CHATEAU RECREATION ASSOCIATION

17/01/2008

034499-1

CANADIAN CATTLEMEN’S ASSOCIATION

19/12/2007

034759-1

Canadian International Council-
Conseil International du Canada

10/12/2007

238586-4

CATHOLIC HEALTH PARTNERS FOUNDATION

05/07/2007

341922-3

CHRIST IS COMING/
L’ARRIVEE DE DIEU

11/12/2007

440712-1

Christian Aboriginal Infrastructure Developments Corporation

16/01/2008

435616-1

Corporation Nishipiminan

11/12/2007

421639-3

CRI Critical Care Education Network Inc./
ICR Réseau d’éducation en soins intensifs Inc.

15/01/2008

438784-8

FAST FIGHTING ANTISEMITISM TOGETHER
FAST FINISSONS-EN AVEC L’ANTISÉMITISME SANS TARDER

01/02/2008

282484-1

GREEN SHIELD CANADA FOUNDATION -
FONDATION DU BOUCLIER VERT DU CANADA

21/12/2007

443304-1

HUMAN SECURITY RESEARCH GROUP

04/12/2007

442108-6

Kaiser Mental Health & Addictions Awareness Foundation/
La Fondation Kaiser: Prise de Conscience sur la Santé Mentale et la Toxicomanie

13/02/2008

217064-7

MISSION FOR ADVANCING THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION

04/01/2008

078891-1

MONTREAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLIND FOUNDATION
ASSOCIATION MONTREALAISE POUR LES AVEUGLES FONDATION

01/02/2008

431108-6

NEW COVENANT MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL (CANADA)

07/01/2008

381638-9

NORTH AMERICAN BAPTIST CONFERENCE FOUNDATION OF CANADA

15/01/2008

381638-9

NORTH AMERICAN BAPTIST CONFERENCE FOUNDATION OF CANADA

15/01/2008

407397-5

Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) /
Société de gestion des déchets nucléaires (sgdn)

05/12/2007

435472-9

ONTARIO EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION AND RESEARCH CENTRE

24/12/2007

411337-3

PROJECT: Steps to Christ, Inc.

28/12/2007

345276-0

SENS FOUNDATION/
FONDATION DES SÉNATEURS

06/12/2007

443420-0

Starglo Institute

22/01/2008

304400-9

THE CANADIAN COUNCIL ON CONTINUING EDUCATION IN PHARMACY
LE CONSEIL CANADIEN DE L’EDUCATION PERMANENTE EN PHARMACIE

09/11/2007

443954-6

The Children’s Bookbank and Literacy Foundation

07/12/2007

437120-8

THE COMPUTER RECYCLING SOCIETY OF CANADA

21/01/2008

419511-6

The Forerunner Project Inc.

05/02/2008

435705-1

THE RENEWAL EVANGELICAL CHURCH

17/01/2008

431387-9

TURKS FOR PEACE FOUNDATION Corporation

18/12/2007

February 22, 2008

AÏSSA AOMARI
Director
Incorporation and Information
Products and Services Directorate
For the Minister of Industry

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

CANADA CORPORATIONS ACT

Supplementary letters patent — Name change

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the provisions of the Canada Corporations Act, supplementary letters patent have been issued to

File No.

Old Company Name

New Company Name

Date of S.L.P.

442584-7

Alliance for Resilient Costal Habitats -
Alliance pour les Habitats Côtiers Résilients

Alliance for Resilient Coastal Habitats
Alliance pour les Habitats Côtiers Résilients

04/09/2007

015885-2

ASSOCIATION RECREATIVE LES JARDINS DU CHATEAU-
LES JARDINS DU CHATEAU RECREATION ASSOCIATION

ASSOCIATION RÉCRÉATIVE LES JARDINS DU CHÂTEAU

17/01/2008

156260-6

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS OF SOCIAL WORK/
L’ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DES ECOLES DE SERVICE SOCIAL

Canadian Association for Social Work Education (CASWE)/
Association canadienne pour la formation en travail social (ACFTS)

25/10/2007

426014-7

CANADIAN CHF CLINICS NETWORK

Canadian Heart Failure Network

10/12/2007

211343-1

CANADIAN COALITION FOR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE PREVENTION AND CONTROL/
COALITION CANADIENNE POUR LA PREVENTION ET LE CONTROLE DE L’HYPERTENSION ARTÉRIELLE

Blood Pressure Canada/
Pression Artérielle Canada

04/12/2007

034759-1

CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
L’INSTITUT CANADIEN DES AFFAIRES INTERNATIONALES

Canadian International CouncilConseil International du Canada

10/12/2007

425696-4

CANADIAN PEACEBUILDING COORDINATING
COMMITTEE /
COMITÉ COORDONNATEUR CANADIEN POUR LA CONSOLIDATION DE LA PAIX

Peacebuild
Paix durable

17/01/2008

421639-3

Canadian Resuscitation Institute Inc.(CRI) -
L’Institut Canadien de Réanimation Inc.(ICR)

CRI Critical Care Education Network Inc./
ICR Réseau d’éducation en soins intensifs Inc.

15/01/2008

423337-9

CHAMBRE DE COMMERCE ET D’INDUSTRIE CANADA-CAMEROUN
CAMEROON CANADIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY

LA CHAMBRE DE COMMERCE INTERNATIONALE CANADA-CAMEROUN
INTERNATIONAL CANADIAN-CAMEROON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

21/01/2008

342563-1

COMMUNAUTÉ DES IMMIGRANTS RWANDAIS DE LA RÉGION D’OTTAWA (C.I.R.O.)

Communauté des Immigrants Rwandais de la Région d’Ottawa-Gatineau (C.I.R.O)

18/01/2008

438784-8

FAST FIGHTING ANTISEMITISM TOGETHER
FAST FINISSONS-EN DE L’ANTISEMITISME

FAST FIGHTING ANTISEMITISM TOGETHER
FAST FINISSONS-EN AVEC L’ANTISÉMITISME SANS TARDER

01/02/2008

442108-6

Kaiser Addictions Awareness Foundation/
Fondation Kaiser de Lutte Contre les Dependances

Kaiser Mental Health & Addictions Awareness
Foundation/
La Fondation Kaiser: Prise de Conscience sur la Santé Mentale et la Toxicomanie

13/02/2008

417189-6

MUHOKA S.A.

Centre d’Intégration Économique Développement des Minorités Raciales Éthnoculturelles Francophones,
CIED-MRF

05/11/2007

308803-1

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CULTURAL EDUCATION CENTRES
ASSOCIATION NATIONALE DES CENTRES ÉDUCATIFS CULTURELS

First Nations Confederacy of Cultural Education Centres

15/01/2008

444862-6

PEJEAL FOUNDATION

NORTH STAR FOUNDATION

14/01/2008

411340-3

RCE - RESSOURCES CHRÉTIENNES D’ENTRAIDE et Professionnelles pour Couples et Familles, Inc./
CMA - CHRISTIAN MUTUAL AID & Professional Resources for Couples & Families, Inc.

Kay Créole d’Entraide et de Services Professionnels (KCESP)

15/11/2007

238586-4

RELIGIOUS HOSPITALLERS OF ST. JOSEPH HEALTH
SYSTEM FOUNDATION

CATHOLIC HEALTH PARTNERS FOUNDATION

05/07/2007

345276-0

SENS FOUNDATION/
FONDATION SENS

SENS FOUNDATION/
FONDATION DES SÉNATEURS

06/12/2007

419511-6

The Forerunner Ministry Inc.

The Forerunner Project Inc.

05/02/2008

133178-7

TURNER’S SYNDROME SOCIETY

Turner Syndrome Society of Canada

27/11/2007

441537-0

WONM FOUNDATION CANADA

WONM - WORLD ORGANIZATION OF NATURAL MEDICINE

19/09/2007

February 22, 2008

AÏSSA AOMARI
Director
Incorporation and Information
Products and Services Directorate
For the Minister of Industry

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NOTICE OF VACANCY

CANADIAN CENTRE ON SUBSTANCE ABUSE

Chairperson (part-time position)

Location: National Capital Region

The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse has a legislative mandate to provide national leadership and evidence-informed analysis and advice to mobilize collaborative efforts to reduce alcohol- and other drug-related harms. The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse reports annually to Parliament and to the provincial and territorial legislatures and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that meets approximately three to four times a year. The Board is composed of 15 members and the Chair, and 5 of those members are appointed by the Governor in Council. Other directors, known as members-at-large, are recruited from a number of sectors, including the business community, labour groups, and professional and voluntary organizations. The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse recognizes the challenges in the field of substance abuse and, in the upcoming years, would like to expand the understanding of addiction; consider innovative perspectives and ways of looking at problems; increase access to prevention and treatment programs; reach out to Aboriginal and northern Canadians; promote international dialogue on substance abuse; provide leadership on national priorities; foster a knowledge-translation environment; and create and sustain important partnerships.

The preferred candidate for the position of Chairperson will have a degree from a recognized university and/or a combination of education and experience related to the field of substance abuse and/or addictions. A strong candidate will have specific education and/or training in public policy development, government relations and/or communications and strong leadership skills that have been developed through leadership training and/or field experience with a Board of Directors of a large, multi-stakeholder organization.

The successful candidate will have experience holding a senior position on a Board of Directors, with an understanding and demonstrated ability to nurture the vital relationships between a Board of Directors, a Chair and a Chief Executive Officer of an organization.

The successful candidate will be able to provide the vision and leadership needed to attain the mandate of the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse. The qualified candidate has the ability to identify, analyse and define long-range priorities and put in place the necessary strategies to achieve them. The ability to facilitate consensus and manage conflicts and the ability to manage a highly diverse and multi-jurisdictional program are required. The chosen candidate must have the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and to act as a spokesperson for the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse in dealing with governments, public institutions, the media and other organizations.

The successful candidate must have high ethical standards and integrity, sound judgement and superior interpersonal skills.

Proficiency in both official languages is an asset.

The qualified candidate must be prepared to attend regular meetings in the National Capital Region. The successful candidate must be prepared to travel regularly within Canada and abroad and must be prepared to undergo and pass a Government of Canada security review.

The Government is committed to ensuring that its appointments are representative of Canada’s regions and official languages, as well as of women, Aboriginal peoples, disabled persons and visible minorities.

The preferred candidate must comply with the Ethical Guidelines for Public Office Holders and the Guidelines for the Political Activities of Public Office Holders. The guidelines are available on the Governor in Council Appointments Web site, under Publications, at www.appointments-nominations.gc.ca.

The selected candidate will be subject to the Conflict of Interest Act. For more information, please visit the Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner’s Web site at www.parl.gc.ca/ciec-ccie.

This notice has been placed in the Canada Gazette to assist the Governor in Council in identifying qualified candidates for this position. It is not, however, intended to be the sole means of recruitment.

Further details about the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse and its activities can be found on its Web site at www.ccsa.ca.

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae by March 17, 2008, to the Acting Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet (Senior Personnel and Special Projects), Privy Council Office, 59 Sparks Street, 1st Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A3, 613-957-5006 (fax), GICA-NGEC@bnet.pco-bcp.gc.ca (email).

Bilingual notices of vacancies will be produced in an alternative format (audio cassette, diskette, braille, large print, etc.) upon request. For further information, please contact Canadian Government Publishing, Public Works and Government Services Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0S5, 613-941-5995 or 1-800-635-7943.

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NOTICE OF VACANCY

DEFENCE CONSTRUCTION (1951) LIMITED

Chairperson (part-time position)

Defence Construction Canada (DCC) was created in 1951 as a federal Crown corporation with a mandate to provide high-quality, timely and efficient contracting, contract management, environmental, and related services to support the Canadian Forces (CF) and the Department of National Defence (DND) in the long-term development and management of facilities infrastructure. Other government departments and agencies who play a role in Canada’s defence may also avail themselves of DCC services. DCC employs approximately 600 people in 36 offices spread across the country, with annual revenues of $56.4 million (March 31, 2008 forecast).

The Chairperson of the Board of Directors of DCC reports to Parliament through the Minister of Public Works and Government Services and is responsible for the effective functioning of the Board of Directors in the conduct of its overall duties and responsibilities. The Board provides oversight with respect to the corporation’s overall governance, corporate management, management of risk, and operations.

The successful candidate must have a degree from a recognized university, preferably in engineering, business, management or law or a combination of equivalent education, training and/or experience. The preferred candidate will have experience serving as a member of a board of directors of a significant organization, preferably as Chairperson, as well as experience in managing human and financial resources at the senior executive level in government and/or industry. The chosen candidate must have experience in dealing with government or government agencies, preferably with senior officials. Experience in implementing modern corporate governance principles and best practices as well as experience in project management is required.

The ideal candidate must have knowledge of the mandate and activities of DCC, as well as of the legislative framework within which it operates. Knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of the Chairperson, the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer is necessary. The selected candidate must possess knowledge of corporate governance, and of finance/accounting rules and practices within Canada.

The qualified candidate must have the ability to develop effective working relationships with the Minister, the Deputy Minister, and the Crown corporation’s business partners and stakeholders. The ability to anticipate emerging issues and develop strategies to enable the Board to seize opportunities and resolve problems is necessary. The chosen candidate must be able to foster debate and discussions among Board members, facilitate consensus, and manage conflicts. Strong leadership and managerial skills to ensure that the Board conducts its work effectively are required. In addition, the preferred candidate must possess strong communication skills, both in writing and orally, and the ability to act as a spokesperson. The Chairperson must be a person of sound judgment and integrity and must have strong ethical standards, initiative, tact, diplomacy, and superior interpersonal skills.

Proficiency in both official languages is preferred.

The qualified candidate must be prepared to travel occasionally to Ottawa or to other locations within Canada for corporate business or Board/Committee meetings. There are approximately four to seven Board and Committee meetings a year, plus one day per month for other business.

The Government is committed to ensuring that its appointments are representative of Canada’s regions and official languages, as well as of women, Aboriginal peoples, disabled persons and visible minorities.

The preferred candidate must comply with the Ethical Guidelines for Public Office Holders and the Guidelines for the Political Activities of Public Office Holders. The guidelines are available on the Governor in Council Appointments Web site, under Publications, at www.appointments-nominations.gc.ca.

The selected candidate will be subject to the Conflict of Interest Act. For more information, please visit the Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner’s Web site at www.parl.gc.ca/ciec-ccie.

This notice has been placed in the Canada Gazette to assist the Governor in Council in identifying qualified candidates for this position. It is not, however, intended to be the sole means of recruitment.

Further details about DCC and its activities can be found on its Web site at www.dcc-cdc.gc.ca/english/index.html.

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae by March 17, 2008, in strict confidence, to the Acting Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet (Senior Personnel and Special Projects), Privy Council Office, 59 Sparks Street, 1st Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A3, 613-957-5006 (fax), GICA-NGEC@bnet.pco-bcp.gc.ca (email).

Bilingual notices of vacancies will be produced in an alternative format (audio cassette, diskette, braille, large print, etc.) upon request. For further information, please contact Canadian Government Publishing, Public Works and Government Services Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0S5, 613-941-5995 or 1-800-635-7943.

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NOTICE OF VACANCY

STANDARDS COUNCIL OF CANADA

Executive Director (full-time position)

Salary Range: $140,800–$165,600

Location: National Capital Region

Established in 1970, the Standards Council of Canada is a federal Crown corporation with the mandate to oversee and facilitate the development and use of national and international standards and accreditation services for the purpose of enhancing Canada’s competitiveness and social well-being.

Located in Ottawa, the Standards Council of Canada has a 15-member governing Council and a staff of approximately 90. The organization reports to Parliament through the Minister of Industry and oversees Canada’s National Standards System. The Standards Council of Canada’s objectives are to advance national economic interests, support sustainable development, benefit the health, safety and welfare of workers and the public, assist and protect consumers, facilitate domestic and international trade, and further international cooperation in relation to standardization.

The Executive Director is responsible for leading the development and implementation of the Standards Council of Canada’s Corporate Strategy, Corporate Plan and Canadian Standards Strategy. The Executive Director is accountable for directing the development, marketing and implementation of the Standards Council of Canada’s partnerships, policies, plans, programs and services across the country, ensuring the prudent management, stewardship and leveraging of the financial, human, material and other resources allocated to the Standards Council of Canada and advancing Canada’s international reputation for excellence in the development and application of standards.

The ideal candidate must have a degree from a recognized university in business or public administration, engineering, economics, natural or social sciences or political science or an equivalent field of study or a combination of equivalent education, job-related training and experience. Significant senior-level experience in directing a medium-sized organization, preferably with experience in a public sector, non-profit environment as well as experience in managing financial resources of a medium-sized organization, is essential. The successful candidate must have experience in working with senior-level boards of directors and in developing senior executive relationships. The preferred candidate must have experience in dealing with a wide range of national and international organizations, including federal government departments, provincial governments, foreign governments, trade organizations and international standards organizations. Experience in raising organizational profiles through the use of public and government relations, communications and networking is required. The chosen candidate must also have experience in leading multidisciplinary teams and managing human and financial resources.

The suitable candidate must be knowledgeable of the Canadian standards system and the role of standards in the economy. Knowledge and understanding of the importance of standardization to Canadian businesses, governments, consumers, environmental groups and non-government organizations is necessary. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of the Canadian political and the broader public policy environment and objectives. The chosen candidate must also have knowledge of government, standards and accreditations institutions and their international counterpart organizations. Knowledge of Canadian and international standardization and of the Standards Council of Canada Act is necessary.

The successful candidate must have the ability to align and link the Standards Council of Canada’s work to the public policy priorities of the Government of Canada. The preferred candidate must have the ability to anticipate emerging issues, develop strategies that enable the Standards Council of Canada to capitalize on opportunities, resolve issues and derive benefit from organizational development. The qualified candidate will have the ability to position and advocate the Standards Council of Canada’s strategic international and regional leadership positions. The ability to work effectively with a variety of stakeholders, including volunteers, public and private sector organizations and advisory bodies, is crucial. The chosen candidate must also have the ability to communicate effectively, both in writing and orally, as well as have the ability to represent the Standards Council of Canada as the senior liaison in dealing with the public institutions, governments, media, and other organizations.

The qualified candidate must be a strategic leader and a conceptual/innovative thinker. He or she must have strong ethical standards and integrity and must be a person of sound judgement. The successful candidate will be consultative and have a consensusbased approach and will also have superior interpersonal skills. He or she will be a strategist/visionary and will also be tactful, diplomatic and influential.

Proficiency in both official languages would be considered an asset.

The successful candidate must be prepared to relocate to the National Capital Region or to a location within reasonable commuting distance. Furthermore, the suitable candidate must also be prepared for intensive travelling to attend meetings mostly in Canada but also in foreign countries.

The Government is committed to ensuring that its appointments are representative of Canada’s regions and official languages, as well as of women, Aboriginal peoples, disabled persons and visible minorities.

The preferred candidate must comply with the Ethical Guidelines for Public Office Holders and the Guidelines for the Political Activities of Public Office Holders. The guidelines are available on the Governor in Council Appointments Web site, under Publications, at www.appointments-nominations.gc.ca.

The selected candidate will be subject to the Conflict of Interest Act. Public office holders appointed on a full-time basis must submit to the Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner, within 60 days of appointment, a Confidential Report in which they disclose all of their assets, liabilities and outside activities. For more information, please visit the Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner’s Web site at www.parl.gc.ca/ciec-ccie.

This notice has been placed in the Canada Gazette to assist the Governor in Council in identifying qualified candidates for this position. It is not, however, intended to be the sole means of recruitment.

Further details about the Standards Council of Canada and its activities can be found on its Web site at www.scc-ccn.ca.

Interested candidates should forward their curriculum vitae by March 17, 2008, to the Acting Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet (Senior Personnel and Special Projects), Privy Council Office, 59 Sparks Street, 1st Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A3, 613-957-5006 (fax), GICA-NGEC@bnet.pco-bcp.gc.ca (email).

Bilingual notices of vacancies will be produced in an alternative format (audio cassette, diskette, braille, large print, etc.) upon request. For further information, please contact Canadian Government Publishing, Public Works and Government Services Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0S5, 613-941-5995 or 1-800-635-7943.

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OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

BANK ACT

Schedules I, II and III

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to subsections 14(3) and 14.1(3) of the Bank Act that Schedules I, II and III, as amended, were as shown below as at December 31, 2007.

SCHEDULE I
(Section 14)

As at December 31, 2007

Name of Bank

Head Office

Bank of Montreal

Quebec

The Bank of Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

Bank West

Alberta

Bridgewater Bank

Alberta

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

Ontario

Canadian Tire Bank

Ontario

Canadian Western Bank

Alberta

Citizens Bank of Canada

British Columbia

CS Alterna Bank

Ontario

DirectCash Bank

Alberta

Dundee Bank of Canada

Ontario

Equity Development Bank of Canada

British Columbia

First Nations Bank of Canada

Saskatchewan

General Bank of Canada

Alberta

Laurentian Bank of Canada

Quebec

Manulife Bank of Canada

Ontario

National Bank of Canada

Quebec

Pacific & Western Bank of Canada

Ontario

President’s Choice Bank

Ontario

Royal Bank of Canada

Quebec

The Toronto-Dominion Bank

Ontario

SCHEDULE II
(Section 14)

As at December 31, 2007

Name of Bank

Head Office

ABN AMRO Bank Canada

Ontario

Amex Bank of Canada

Ontario

Bank of America Canada

Ontario

Bank of China (Canada)

Ontario

The Bank of East Asia (Canada)

Ontario

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (Canada)

Ontario

Bank One Canada

Ontario

BNP Paribas (Canada)

Quebec

Citibank Canada

Ontario

CTC Bank of Canada

British Columbia

Habib Canadian Bank

Ontario

HSBC Bank Canada

British Columbia

ICICI Bank Canada

Ontario

ING Bank of Canada

Ontario

J.P. Morgan Bank Canada

Ontario

J.P. Morgan Canada

Ontario

Korea Exchange Bank of Canada

Ontario

MBNA Canada Bank

Ontario

Mega International Commercial Bank (Canada)

Ontario

Mizuho Corporate Bank (Canada)

Ontario

Société Générale (Canada)

Quebec

State Bank of India (Canada)

Ontario

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation of Canada

Ontario

UBS Bank (Canada)

Ontario

SCHEDULE III
(Section 14.1)

As at December 31, 2007

Name of Authorized Foreign Bank (FB)

Name under which FB is permitted to carry on business in Canada

Type of Foreign Bank Branch (FBB)*

Principal Office

ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

Full-service

Ontario

Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c.

Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c.

Lending

Ontario

AmTrust Bank

AmTrust Bank, Canadian Branch

Lending

Ontario

Bank of America, National Association

Bank of America, National Association

Full-service

Ontario

Capital One Bank

Capital One Bank (Canada Branch)

Full-service

Ontario

Citibank, N.A.

Citibank, N.A.

Full-service

Ontario

Comerica Bank

Comerica Bank

Full-service

Ontario

Coöperatieve Centrale Raiffeisen-Boerenleenbank B.A.

Rabobank Nederland

Full-service

Ontario

Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse, Toronto Branch

Lending

Ontario

Deutsche Bank AG

Deutsche Bank AG

Full-service

Ontario

Dexia Crédit Local S.A.

Dexia Crédit Local S.A.

Full-service

Quebec

Fifth Third Bank

Fifth Third Bank

Full-service

Ontario

First Commercial Bank

First Commercial Bank

Full-service

British Columbia

HSBC Bank USA, National Association

HSBC Bank USA, National Association

Full-service

Ontario

JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association

JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association

Full-service

Ontario

Landsbanki Islands h.f.

Landsbanki Canada

Full-service

Nova Scotia

Maple Bank GmbH

Maple Bank

Full-service

Ontario

Mellon Bank, N.A.

Mellon Bank, N.A.

Full-service

Ontario

Merrill Lynch International Bank Limited

Merrill Lynch International Bank Limited

Lending

Ontario

Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd.

Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd., Canada Branch

Full-service

Ontario

National City Bank

National City

Lending

Ontario

The Northern Trust Company

The Northern Trust Company, Canada Branch

Full-service

Ontario

Société Générale

Société Générale (Canada Branch)

Full-service

Quebec

State Street Bank and Trust Company

State Street

Full-service

Ontario

UBS AG

UBS AG Canada Branch

Full-service

Ontario

Union Bank of California, N.A.

Union Bank of California, Canada Branch

Lending

Alberta

United Overseas Bank Limited

United Overseas Bank Limited

Full-service

British Columbia

U.S. Bank National Association

U.S. Bank National Association

Full-service

Ontario

WestLB AG

WestLB AG

Lending

Ontario

* An FBB, whose order is subject to the restrictions and requirements referred to in subsection 524(2) of the Bank Act, is referred to as a “lending” branch.

February 20, 2008

JULIE DICKSON
Superintendent of Financial Institutions

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Footnote a
 Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada is committed to respecting the privacy rights of individuals who participate in consultation-related activities. The information is being collected for the sole purpose of assisting the Government of Canada in conducting the Initial Environmental Assessment of the Canada-Jordan FTA negotiations. It will not be linked with other databases, nor will it be used for any secondary purpose (e.g. follow-up research/survey) without first obtaining your explicit consent. This information will be retained for seven years and stored with the program records of the Regional and Bilateral Trade Policy Division under the following class of personal information: Environmental Assessment Consultations — Canada-Jordan FTA. Your personal information is protected from disclosure to unauthorized persons/agencies pursuant to the provisions of the Privacy Act, and you should also know that third-party commercial information may be subject to requests under the Access to Information Act. However, in these instances, no information will be released without your prior consent.