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Vol. 145, No. 36 — September 3, 2011

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to section 127 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, Disposal at Sea Permit No. 4543-2-03536 authorizing the loading for disposal and the disposal of waste or other matter at sea is approved.

 1. Permittee: Vancouver Pile Driving Ltd., North Vancouver, British Columbia.

 2. Waste or other matter to be disposed of: Dredged material.

2.1. Nature of waste or other matter: Dredged material consisting of rock, gravel, sand, silt, clay, wood waste or material typical to the approved loading site, except logs and usable wood. The Permittee shall ensure that every effort is made to prevent the deposition of log bundling strand into waste or other matter approved for loading and disposal at sea and/or remove log bundling strand from waste or other matter approved for loading and disposal at sea.

 3. Duration of permit: Permit is valid from October 11, 2011, to October 10, 2012.

 4. Loading site(s):

  • (a) Various approved sites in the Fraser River Estuary, British Columbia, at approximately 4911.90 N, 12307.88 W (NAD83);
  • (b) Various approved sites in Vancouver Harbour, British Columbia, at approximately 49°18.70 N, 123°08.00 W (NAD83);
  • (c) Various approved sites near Vancouver Island, British Columbia, at approximately 49°22.45 N, 123°56.42 W (NAD83); and
  • (d) Various approved sites in Victoria Harbour, British Columbia, at approximately 48°25.50 N, 123°23.30 W (NAD83).

 5. Disposal site(s):

  • (a) Cape Mudge Disposal Site, within a 0.5 nautical mile radius of 49°57.70 N, 125°05.00 W (NAD83);
  • (b) Comox (Cape Lazo) Disposal Site, within a 0.5 nautical mile radius of 49°41.70 N, 124°44.50 W (NAD83);
  • (c) Five Finger Island Disposal Site, within a 0.5 nautical mile radius of 49°15.20 N, 123°54.70 W (NAD83);
  • (d) Malaspina Strait Disposal Site, within a 0.5 nautical mile radius of 49°45.00 N, 124°27.00 W (NAD83);
  • (e) Point Grey Disposal Site, within a one nautical mile radius of 49°15.40 N, 123°21.90 W (NAD83);
  • (f) Porlier Pass Disposal Site, within a 0.5 nautical mile radius of 49°00.20 N, 123°29.90 W (NAD83);
  • (g) Thornbrough Channel Disposal Site, within a 0.25 nautical mile radius of 49°31.00 N, 123°28.30 W (NAD83); and
  • (h) Watts Point Disposal Site, within a 0.25 nautical mile radius of 49°38.50 N, 123°14.10 W (NAD83).

 6. Method of loading: Loading will be carried out using barge-mounted excavator or clamshell dredge.

 7. Route to disposal site(s) and method of transport: Most direct navigational route from the loading site to the disposal site via hopper scow or towed scow.

 8. Method of disposal: Disposal will be carried out by bottom dumping or end dumping.

 9. Total quantity to be disposed of: Not to exceed 40 000 m3 place measure.

10. Approvals: The Permittee shall obtain from the permit-issuing office a letter of approval for each loading and disposal activity prior to undertaking the work, and conduct these activities in accordance with the relevant letter of approval. The Permittee shall follow the procedures outlined in the document titled: “Multi-Site Dredging Projects Involving Disposal at Sea: Requests for Letters of Approval — Standard Procedures” (April 2011).

11. Fees: The fee prescribed by the Disposal at Sea Permit Fee Regulations shall be paid by the Permittee in accordance with those Regulations.

12. Inspection:

12.1. By accepting this permit, the Permittee and their contractors accept that they are subject to inspection pursuant to Part 10 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.

12.2. The Permittee shall ensure that records of all loading and disposal activities are kept on site for the duration of the permit and are available for inspection by any enforcement officer or analyst, for two years following the expiry of the permit.

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

13. Contractors:

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

13.2. The Permittee shall ensure that all persons involved in the loading, transport or disposal activities authorized by this permit conduct these activities in accordance with the relevant permit conditions.

14. Reporting and notification:

14.1. The Permittee shall provide the following information at least 48 hours before loading and disposal activities commence: name or number of ship, platform or structure used to carry out the loading and/or disposal, name of the contractor including corporate and on-site contact information, and expected period of loading and disposal activities. The above-noted information shall be submitted to Environment Canada’s Environmental Enforcement Division, Pacific and Yukon Region, 604-666-9059 (fax) or das.pyr@ec.gc.ca (email).

14.2. The Permittee shall submit a written report to the Minister, as represented by the Regional Director of the Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Pacific and Yukon Region, 201–401 Burrard Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 3S5, 604-666-5928 (fax) or das.pyr@ec.gc.ca (email) 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: a list of all work completed pursuant to the permit, including the location of the loading and disposal sites used, the quantity of matter disposed of at the disposal site(s) and the dates on which disposal activities occurred.

14.3. At all times, a copy of this permit and of documents and drawings referenced in this permit shall be available at the loading site and on all powered ships directly engaged in the loading and disposal operations.

15. Special precautions:

15.1. The Permittee shall submit a dredged material disposal plan to the Minister, as represented by the Regional Director of the Environmental Protection Operations Directorate, Pacific and Yukon Region, identified in 14.2, for approval by Environment Canada prior to commencement of the first dredging operation authorized by this permit. The plan shall address procedures to accurately measure or estimate quantities of dredged material disposed of at the disposal site(s), vessel tracking, and a schedule for use of the disposal site. Modifications to the plan shall be made only with the written approval of Environment Canada.

15.2. The loading and disposal at sea referred to under this permit shall be carried out in accordance with the mitigation measures summarized in the report titled “Vancouver Pile Driving Ltd. — Maintenance dredging at various sites located in the Fraser River, Vancouver Harbour, Victoria Harbour or near Vancouver Island, and subsequent disposal at sea 4543-2-03536” (August 2011).

DANIEL WOLFISH
Regional Director
Environmental Protection Operations Directorate
Pacific and Yukon Region
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Publication of final decision after screening assessment of a substance — Distillates (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized light catalytic cracked, CAS No. (see footnote 1) 68333-25-5 — specified on the Domestic Substances List (subsection 77(6) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999)

Whereas Distillates (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized light catalytic cracked is a substance on the Domestic Substances List identified under subsection 73(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999;

Whereas a summary of the Screening Assessment conducted on distillates (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized light catalytic cracked pursuant to section 74 of the Act is annexed hereby;

Whereas it is concluded that distillates (petroleum), hydro-desulfurized light catalytic cracked does not meet any of the criteria set out in section 64 of the Act; and

Whereas the Minister of the Environment intends to amend the Domestic Substances List, under subsection 87(3) of the Act, to indicate that subsection 81(3) thereof applies with respect to distillates (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized light catalytic cracked,

Notice therefore is hereby given that the Ministers of the Environment and of Health propose to take no further action on distillates (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized light catalytic cracked at this time under section 77 of the Act.

PETER KENT
Minister of the Environment
LEONA AGLUKKAQ
Minister of Health

ANNEX

Summary of the final Screening Assessment of Distillates (Petroleum), Hydrodesulfurized Light Catalytic Cracked

Pursuant to section 74 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999), the Ministers of the Environment and of Health have conducted a screening assessment of a site-restricted gas oil, Distillates (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized light catalytic cracked, Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS RN) 68333-25-5.

This substance was identified as a high priority for action during the categorization of the Domestic Substances List, as it was determined to present “greatest potential” or intermediate potential for exposure to individuals in Canada and was considered to present a high hazard to human health. Some components of this substance also met the ecological categorization criteria for bioaccumulation and inherent toxicity to non-human organisms. This substance was included in the Petroleum Sector Stream Approach (PSSA) because it is related to the petroleum sector and is a complex mixture.

Gas oils are a group of complex petroleum mixtures that serve as blending stocks in the production of fuels that are used in diesel engines and for both industrial and domestic heating. Some of these substances may also be blended into solvents. The composition and physical and chemical properties of gas oils vary with the sources of crude oils or bitumen and the processing steps involved. Therefore, gas oils are considered to be of Unknown or Variable composition, Complex reaction products or Biological materials (UVCBs). CAS RN 68333-25-5, which is a complex mixture of aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbons, mainly in the carbon range of C9 to C25, is a hydrodesulfurized light catalytically cracked distillate with a typical boiling point range of 185–391°C. In order to predict the overall behaviour of this complex substance for the purposes of assessing the potential for ecological effects, representative structures have been selected from each chemical class in the mixture.

Based on the available information, only a small proportion of the components of this gas oil (C20–C25 two-ring alkyl cycloalkanes) are considered to be persistent according to criteria in the Persistence and Bioaccumulation Regulations of CEPA 1999. Based on the combined evidence of empirical and modelled bioaccumulation potential, the gas oil assessed in this report likely contains a large proportion of C9 to C15 components that are bioaccumulative according to the criteria in the Persistence and Bioaccumulation Regulations. No components of this gas oil were found to be both persistent and bioaccumulative based on the criteria in the Persistence and BioaccumulationRegulations.

Site-restricted gas oil was identified as a high priority for action because it was considered to present a high hazard to human health. A critical effect for the initial categorization of the site-restricted gas oil substance was carcinogenicity, based primarily on classifications by international agencies. Several studies conducted in mice reported development of skin tumours following repeated dermal application of gas oil substances. Gas oils demonstrated genotoxicity in in vivo and in vitro assays but appear to have limited potential to adversely affect reproduction and development. As data pertaining specifically to the site-restricted gas oil CAS RN 68333-25-5 were not found for characterization of human health effects, information on additional gas oil substances in the PSSA that are similar from a processing and physical–chemical perspective was considered.

The gas oil considered in this screening assessment has been identified as site-restricted (i.e. it is a subset of gas oils that are not expected to be transported off refinery or upgrader facility sites). According to information submitted under section 71 of CEPA 1999 and other sources of information, this gas oil is consumed on-site or blended into substances leaving the site under different CAS RNs. In addition, a number of regulatory and non-regulatory measures are already in place in Canada, which limit releases of site-restricted petroleum sector substances, including provincial/territorial operating permit requirements, and best practices and guidelines put in place by the petroleum industry at refinery and upgrader facilities. Accordingly, environmental and general population exposure to this substance is not expected. Therefore, harm to the environment or human health is not expected.

Therefore, it is concluded that this site-restricted gas oil is not entering the environment in a quantity or concentration or under conditions that have or may have an immediate or long-term harmful effect on the environment or its biological diversity, or that constitute or may constitute a danger to the environment on which life depends, or that constitute or may constitute a danger in Canada to human life or health.

Conclusion

Based on the information available, it is concluded that the site-restricted gas oil listed under CAS RN 68333-25-5 does not meet any of the criteria set out in section 64 of CEPA 1999.

Because this substance is listed on the Domestic SubstancesList, its import and manufacture in Canada are not subject to notification under subsection 81(1) of CEPA 1999. Given the potential hazardous properties of this substance, there is concern that new activities that have not been identified or assessed could lead to this substance meeting the criteria set out in section 64 of the Act. Therefore, application of the Significant New Activity provisions of the Act to this substance is being considered, so that any proposed new manufacture, import or use of this substance outside a petroleum refinery or upgrader facility be subject to further assessment, to determine if the new activity requires further risk management consideration.

The Screening Assessment for this substance is available on the Government of Canada’s Chemical Substances Web site (www. chemicalsubstances.gc.ca).

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Publication of final decision after screening assessment of seven heavy fuel oil substances specified on the Domestic Substances List (subsection 77(6) and section 68 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999)

Whereas a summary of the Screening Assessment conducted on seven heavy fuel oil substances (the substances) pursuant to section 68 and section 74 of the Act is annexed hereby;

Whereas six of the substances, residues (petroleum), atmospheric tower; residues (petroleum), thermal cracked; distillates (petroleum), heavy catalytic cracked; residues (petroleum), atmospheric; distillates (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized intermediate catalytic cracked; and residues (petroleum), heavy coker gas oil and vacuum gas oil are substances on the Domestic Substances List that were identified under subsection 73(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999;

Whereas the substance fuel oil, residues-straight-run gas oils, high sulfur (Chemical Abstracts Service Registry No. 68476-32-4) is a substance identified as high priority for assessment under the Petroleum Sector Stream Approach and assessed pursuant to section 68 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999;

Whereas it is concluded that the seven substances do not meet any of the criteria set out in section 64 of the Act; and

Whereas the Minister of the Environment intends to amend the Domestic Substances List, under subsection 87(3) of the Act, to indicate that subsection 81(3) thereof applies with respect to the substances,

Notice therefore is hereby given that the Ministers of the Environment and of Health propose to take no further action on the substances at this time under section 77 of the Act.

PETER KENT
Minister of the Environment
LEONA AGLUKKAQ
Minister of Health

ANNEX

Summary of the Screening Assessment of Seven Heavy Fuel Oils

The Ministers of the Environment and of Health have conducted a screening assessment of the following site-restricted heavy fuel oils (HFOs):

CAS RNa

DSLb Name

64741-45-3

Residues (petroleum), atmospheric tower

64741-61-3

Distillates (petroleum), heavy catalytic cracked

64741-80-6

Residues (petroleum), thermal cracked

68333-22-2

Residues (petroleum), atmospheric

68333-27-7

Distillates (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized intermediate catalytic cracked

68476-32-4

Fuel oil, residues-straight-run gas oils, high-sulfur

68478-17-1

Residues (petroleum), heavy coker gas oil and vacuum gas oil

a The Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS RN) is the property of the American Chemical Society and any use or redistribution, except as required in supporting regulatory requirements and/or for reports to the government when the information and the reports are required by law or administrative policy, is not permitted without the prior, written permission of the American Chemical Society.

b DSL = Domestic Substances List

These substances were identified as high priorities for action during the categorization of the Domestic Substances List, as they were determined to present “greatest potential” or intermediate potential for exposure to individuals in Canada and were considered to present a high hazard to human health. Most of these substances were identified by categorization as ecological priorities as some of their components met criteria for persistence or bioaccumulation and inherent toxicity to non-human organisms, but no components met all three criteria. These substances were all included in the Petroleum Sector Stream Approach (PSSA) because they are related to the petroleum sector and are all complex mixtures.

Heavy fuel oils (HFOs) are a group of complex petroleum mixtures that serve as blending stocks in final heavy fuel products or as intermediate products of distillate or residue derived from refinery distillation or cracking units. The final fuel product usually consists of a mixture of HFOs as well as higher-quality hydrocarbons as diluents. HFOs are composed of aromatic, aliphatic and cycloalkane hydrocarbons, primarily in the carbon range of C20 to C50 (C11 is the smallest hydrocarbon found in the group) and have a typical boiling point range from 160–650°C. Therefore, HFOs are considered to be of Unknown or Variable composition, Complex reaction products or Biological materials (UVCBs). In order to predict the overall behaviour of these complex substances for the purposes of assessing the potential for ecological effects, representative structures have been selected from each chemical class in the mixture.

Based on the combined evidence of empirical and modeled bioconcentration/bioaccumulation potential, the HFOs assessed in this report likely contain large proportions of C15–C20 components that are highly bioaccumulative based on criteria in the Persistence and Bioaccumulation Regulations of CEPA 1999. All of the HFOs considered here may be comprised of significant proportions of components (mostly C30 or more) that persist in soil, water and sediments based on criteria in the Persistence and Bioaccumulation Regulations. No components of these HFOs were found to be both persistent and bioaccumulative based on criteria in the Persistence and Bioaccumulation Regulations.

The modelled ecotoxicological data suggest that these HFOs, as complex mixtures, are potentially hazardous to aquatic organisms. However, the HFOs considered in this report have been identified as site-restricted (i.e. they are a subset of HFOs that are not expected to be transported off the petroleum refinery or upgrader facility sites). Accordingly, exposure is expected to be negligible and so the potential for ecological harm is considered to be low.

Site-restricted HFOs were identified as a high priority for action because they were considered to present a high hazard to human health. A critical effect for the initial categorization of site-restricted HFO substances was carcinogenicity, based primarily on classifications by international agencies. Several studies reported skin tumour development in mice, rabbits and monkeys following repeated dermal application of HFO substances. HFOs demonstrated genotoxicity in in vivo and in vitro assays, although results varied between HFOs with different CAS RNs. Studies on laboratory animals indicate that HFOs may also adversely affect reproduction and development. Information on additional HFO substances in the PSSA that are similar from a processing and physical-chemical perspective was considered for characterization of human health effects.

The HFOs considered in this screening assessment have been identified as site-restricted. According to information submitted under section 71 of CEPA 1999 and other sources of information, these HFOs are consumed on site or blended into substances leaving the site under different CAS RNs. In addition, a number of regulatory and non-regulatory measures are already in place in Canada, which minimize releases of site-restricted petroleum sector substances, including provincial/territorial operating permit requirements and best practices and guidelines put in place by the petroleum industry at refinery and upgrader facilities. Accordingly, environmental and general population exposure to these substances is not expected, and therefore harm to the environment or human health is not expected.

Therefore, it is concluded that these site-restricted HFO substances are not entering the environment in a quantity or concentration or under conditions that have or may have an immediate or long-term harmful effect on the environment or its biodiversity, or that constitute or may constitute a danger to the environment on which life depends, or that constitute a danger in Canada to human life or health.

Conclusion

Based on the information available, it is concluded that the seven site-restricted HFOs listed under CAS RNs 64741-45-3, 64741-61-3, 64741-80-6, 68333-22-2, 68333-27-7, 68476-32-4 and 68478-17-1 do not meet any of the criteria set out in section 64 of CEPA 1999.

Because these substances are listed on the Domestic Substances List, their import and manufacture in Canada are not subject to notification under subsection 81(1) of CEPA 1999. Given the potential hazardous properties of these substances, there is concern that new activities that have not been identified or assessed could lead to these substances meeting the criteria set out in section 64 of the Act. Therefore, application of the Significant New Activity provisions of the Act to these substances is being considered, so that any proposed new manufacture, import or use of this substance outside a petroleum refinery or upgrader facility be subject to further assessment, to determine if the new activity requires further risk management consideration.

The screening assessment report for these substances is available on the Government of Canada’s Chemical Substances Web site (www.chemicalsubstances.gc.ca).

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Publication of final decision after screening assessment of 20 low boiling point naphtha substances specified on the Domestic Substances List (subsection 77(6) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999)

Whereas 20 low boiling point naphtha substances (the substances) annexed hereby are substances on the Domestic Substances List identified under subsection 73(1) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999;

Whereas a summary of the final Screening Assessment conducted on the substances pursuant to section 74 of the Act is annexed hereby;

Whereas it is concluded that the substances do not meet any of the criteria set out in section 64 of the Act; and

Whereas the Minister of the Environment intends to amend the Domestic Substances List, under subsection 87(3) of the Act, to indicate that subsection 81(3) thereof applies with respect to these substances,

Notice therefore is hereby given that the Ministers of the Environment and of Health propose to take no further action on these substances at this time under section 77 of the Act.

PETER KENT
Minister of the Environment
LEONA AGLUKKAQ
Minister of Health

ANNEX

Summary of the Screening Assessment of the 20 Low Boiling Point Naphthas Listed Below

Pursuant to section 74 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999), the Ministers of the Environment and of Health have conducted a screening assessment of the following site-restricted low boiling point naphthas (LBPNs):

CAS RNa

DSL Nameb

64741-54-4

Naphtha (petroleum), heavy catalytic cracked

64741-55-5

Naphtha (petroleum), light catalytic cracked

64741-64-6

Naphtha (petroleum), full-range alkylate

64741-74-8

Naphtha (petroleum), light thermal cracked

64742-22-9

Naphtha (petroleum), chem. neutralized heavy

64742-23-0

Naphtha (petroleum), chem. neutralized light

64742-73-0

Naphtha (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized light

68410-05-9

Distillates (petroleum), straight-run light

68410-71-9

Raffinates (petroleum), catalytic reformer ethylene glycol-water countercurrent exts

68410-96-8

Distillates (petroleum), hydrotreated middle, intermediate boiling

68476-46-0

Hydrocarbons, C3-11, catalytic cracker distillates

68477-89-4

Distillates (petroleum), depentanizer overheads

68478-12-6

Residues (petroleum), butane splitter bottoms

68513-02-0

Naphtha (petroleum), full-range coker

68514-79-4

Petroleum products, hydrofiner-powerformer reformates

68606-11-1

Gasoline, straight-run, topping-plant

68783-12-0

Naphtha (petroleum), unsweetened

68919-37-9

Naphtha (petroleum), full-range reformed

68955-35-1

Naphtha (petroleum), catalytic reformed

101795-01-1

Naphtha (petroleum), sweetened light

a  The Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number (CAS RN) is the property of the American Chemical Society and any use or redistribution, except as required in supporting regulatory requirements and/or for reports to the government when the information and the reports are required by law or administrative policy, is not permitted without the prior, written permission of the American Chemical Society.

b  DSL = Domestic Substances List

These substances were identified as high priorities for action during the categorization of the Domestic Substances List, as they were determined to present “greatest potential” or intermediate potential for exposure to individuals in Canada and were considered to present a high hazard to human health. Some of the components of these substances met the ecological categorization criteria for persistence or bioaccumulation and inherent toxicity to non-human organisms, but none of them met all of the criteria. These substances were included in the Petroleum Sector Stream Approach (PSSA) because they were related to the petroleum sector and are all complex mixtures.

Low boiling point naphthas are a group of complex petroleum mixtures that generally serve as blending constituents in gasoline or are intermediate products of distillation or extraction processes, which subsequently undergo further refining. Final gasoline products usually consist of a mixture of LBPNs as well as other high-quality hydrocarbons that have been isolated during processing at refinery or upgrader facilities. The compositions of LBPNs vary depending on the source of crude oil or bitumen. Therefore, LBPNs are considered to be of Unknown or Variable composition, Complex reaction products or Biological materials (UVCBs). In order to predict the overall behaviour of these complex substances for the purposes of assessing the potential for ecological effects, representative structures have been selected from each chemical class in the mixture.

Based on the available information, all of these LBPNs are likely to have high proportions of C4–C6 hydrocarbons that are considered to be persistent in air, based on criteria in the Persistence and Bioaccumulation Regulations of CEPA 1999.

None of the LBPNs considered here contain components that are considered to be bioaccumulative based on criteria in the Persistence and Bioaccumulation Regulations of CEPA 1999.

Experimental and modelled ecotoxicological data indicate that many of these LBPNs are moderately toxic to aquatic organisms. It is likely that the toxicity observed in experimental studies is due to the presence of mono- and di-aromatic and alkylated aromatic hydrocarbons; however, the lack of data on the proportions of these components makes it impossible to confirm.

Site-restricted LBPNs were identified as a high priority for action because they were considered to present a high hazard to human health. A critical effect for the initial categorization of site-restricted LBPN substances was carcinogenicity, based primarily on classifications by other international agencies. Furthermore, benzene, a genotoxic carcinogen, is known to be a constituent of LBPN substances. Several studies also confirmed skin tumour development in mice following repeated dermal application of LBPN substances. However, LBPNs demonstrated limited evidence of genotoxicity in in vivo and in vitro assays, as well as limited potential to adversely affect reproduction and development. Information on additional LBPN substances in the PSSA that are similar from a processing and physical-chemical perspective was considered for characterization of human health effects.

The LBPNs considered in this screening assessment have been identified as site-restricted (i.e. they are a subset of LBPNs that are not expected to be transported off refinery or upgrader facility sites). According to information submitted under section 71 of CEPA 1999, and other sources of information, these LBPNs are consumed on site or are blended into substances leaving the site under different CAS RNs. In addition, a number of regulatory and non-regulatory measures are already in place in Canada, which minimize releases of site-restricted petroleum sector substances, including provincial/territorial operating permit requirements, and best practices and guidelines put in place by the petroleum industry at refinery and upgrader facilities. Accordingly, environmental and general population exposure to these substances is not expected, and therefore harm to human health or the environment is not expected.

Therefore, it is concluded that these site-restricted LBPNs are not entering the environment in a quantity or concentration or under conditions that have or may have an immediate or long-term harmful effect on the environment or its biological diversity, or that constitute or may constitute a danger to the environment on which life depends, or that constitute or may constitute a danger in Canada to human life or health.

Conclusion

Based on the information available, it is concluded that site-restricted LBPNs listed under CAS RNs 64741-54-4, 64741-55-5, 64741-64-6, 64741-74-8, 64742-22-9, 64742-23-0, 64742-73-0, 68410-05-9, 68410-71-9, 68410-96-8, 68476-46-0, 68477-89-4, 68478-12-6, 68513-02-0, 68514-79-4, 68606-11-1, 68783-12-0, 68919-37-9, 68955-35-1 and 101795-01-1 do not meet any of the criteria set out in section 64 of CEPA 1999.

Because these substances are listed on the Domestic Substances List, their import and manufacture in Canada are not subject to notification under subsection 81(1) of CEPA 1999. Given the potential hazardous properties of these substances, there is concern that new activities that have not been identified or assessed could lead to these substances meeting the criteria set out in section 64 of the Act. Therefore, application of the Significant New Activity provisions of the Act to these substances is being considered, so that any proposed new manufacture, import or use of these substances outside a petroleum refinery or upgrader facility be subject to further assessment, to determine if the new activity requires further risk management consideration.

The final screening assessment report for these substances is available on the Government of Canada’s Chemical Substances Web site (www.chemicalsubstances.gc.ca).

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT, 1999

Publication of results of investigations and recommendations for substanceslong-chainchlorinated alkanes that have the molecular formulaCnHxCl(2n+2-x) in which 18 ≤ n ≤ 38— specified on the Domestic Substances List (paragraphs 68(b)and(c)of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999) [chlorinated alkanes(previously identified as chlorinated paraffins)]

Whereas the notice Publication of results of investigations and recommendations for the substances — Chlorinated paraffins that have the molecular formula CnHxCl(2n+2-x) in which 10 ≤ n ≤ 38 — Paragraphs 68(b) and 68(c) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 was published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, on August 30, 2008;

Whereas it was concluded chlorinated paraffins that have the molecular formula CnHxCl(2n+2-x) in which 10 ≤ n ≤ 20 meet the criteria set out in paragraph 64(a) of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 and that chlorinated paraffins that have the molecular formula CnHxCl(2n+2-x) in which 10 ≤ n ≤ 38 meet the criteria set out in paragraph 64(c) of the Act;

Whereas the Ministers of the Environment and of Health have conducted a draft update on the human health assessment of long-chain chlorinated alkanes [CnHxCl(2n+2-x) in which 18 ≤ n ≤ 38] on the basis of new information available since the publication of the final decision on the screening assessment published on August 30, 2008;

Whereas a summary of this draft update on the human health assessment of long-chain chlorinated alkanes conducted pursuant to paragraphs 68(b) and (c) of the Act is annexed hereby; and

Whereas it is proposed to conclude that long-chain chlorinated alkanes [CnHxCl(2n+2-x) in which 18 ≤ n ≤ 38] do not meet the criteria set out in paragraph 64(c) of the Act,

Notice therefore is hereby given that the Ministers of the Environment and of Health propose to take no further action on chlorinated alkanes with the molecular formula CnHxCl(2n+2-x) in which 21 ≤ n ≤ 38 at this time.

Public comment period

Any person may, within 60 days after publication of this notice, file with the Minister of the Environment written comments on the measure the Ministers propose to take and on the scientific considerations on the basis of which the measure is proposed. More information regarding the scientific considerations may be obtained from the Government of Canada’s Chemical Substances Web site (www.chemicalsubstances.gc.ca). All comments must cite the Canada Gazette, Part I, and the date of publication of this notice and be sent to the Executive Director, Program Development and Engagement Division, Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0H3, 819-953-7155 (fax), substances@ec.gc.ca (email).

In accordance with section 313 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, any person who provides information in response to this notice may submit with the information a request that it be treated as confidential.

DAVID MORIN
ActingDirector General
Science and Risk Assessment Directorate
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment
MARGARET KENNY
Director General
Chemicals Sector Directorate
On behalf of the Minister of the Environment
KAREN LLOYD
Director General
Safe Environments Directorate
On behalf of the Minister of Health

ANNEX

Summary of the Update on the Human Health Assessment of Long-chain Chlorinated Alkanes

Chlorinated alkanes, also known as chlorinated paraffins (CPs) were included on the first Priority Substances List (PSL1) program under the 1988 Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA 1988) for assessment of potential risks to the environment and human health.

Chlorinated paraffins are chlorinated alkanes that have carbon chain lengths ranging from 10 to 38 with varying degrees of chlorination. They are subdivided into three groups: short-chain chlorinated paraffins with 10-13 carbon atoms (SCCPs), medium-chain chlorinated paraffins with 14-17 carbon atoms (MCCPs) and long-chain chlorinated paraffins with 18 to 38 carbon atoms (LCCPs).

In 1993, Environment Canada and Health Canada published an assessment report that concluded SCCPs constitute or may constitute a danger to human health or life according to the criteria described in CEPA 1988. However, available data at that time were considered insufficient to conclude whether short-, medium- or long-chain chlorinated paraffins were harmful to the environment or whether medium- or long-chain chlorinated paraffins were considered a danger to human health.

After addressing the critical data gaps identified in the 1993 assessment report, a draft follow-up report was published in 2005, which was followed by a 60-day comment period. The final follow-up report was published in 2008 with the conclusion that all CPs are harmful to human health under paragraph 64(c) of CEPA 1999 and CPs containing up to 20 carbon atoms are harmful to environment under paragraph 64(a) of CEPA 1999.

In 2009, the Environment Agency of United Kingdom published an environmental risk assessment report on LCCPs and this new information informed an update to the exposure characterization for various subpopulations for LCCPs.

There were no new critical health effects identified for LCCPs. Therefore, the tolerable daily intake (TDI) [i.e. the level of intake to which it is believed that a person may be exposed daily over a lifetime without deleterious effects] of 71 µg/kg-bw per day, derived for non-neoplastic effects in the follow-up assessment in 2008 was used for risk characterization.

Upper-bounding estimates of daily intakes of LCCPs by the general population of Canada are well below the established TDI, and therefore, it is proposed that LCCPs are not harmful to human health as defined in paragraph 64(c) of CEPA 1999.

Proposed conclusion

Based on the information presented, long-chain chlorinated alkanes that have the molecular formula CnHxCl(2n+2-x) in which 18 ≤ n ≤ 38 are not entering the environment in a quantity or concentration or under conditions that may constitute a danger to human life or health as defined in the paragraph 64(c) of CEPA 1999. The draft update on the human health assessment of long-chain chlorinated alkanes is available on the Government of Canada’s Chemical Substances Web site (www.chemicalsubstances. gc.ca).

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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 subsection 32(2) of the Canada Corporations Act, an application for surrender of charter was received from

File No.

Name of Company

Received

325055-5

12TH WORLD CONGRESS OF ANAESTHESIOLOGISTS

22/08/2011

438513-6

BIRTH OF HOPE CANADA INC.

15/08/2011

208282-9

Canadian Drama Foundation

08/07/2011

433424-8

DIPTEROLOGY SCHOLARSHIP FUND INC.

22/07/2011

738143-2

FRESH START HOLDINGS

25/07/2011

438142-4

FRESH START MARKET

25/07/2011

413556-3

HOMELESS SUPPORT SERVICES INC.

30/06/2011

422472-8

SOCIÉTÉ DE PÉDIATRIE INTERNATIONALE
INTERNATIONAL PEDIATRICS SOCIETY

02/08/2011

376579-2

THE FRIENDS OF THE CANADIAN POSTAL MUSEUM/ LES AMIS DU MUSEE CANADIEN DE LA POSTE

22/07/2011

August 26, 2011

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

788011-1

1:1 Ministries

City of Brampton, in the Regional Municipality of Peel, Ont.

23/06/2011

787982-2

ADDIS LIFE DESIGN

Toronto, Ont.

17/06/2011

789727-8

ARHFC - THE APPLIED RESEARCH IN HOMEOPATHY FOUNDATION OF CANADA

Vaughan, Ont.

21/07/2011

786361-6

Association of Canadian Money Remittance Businesses Inc.

Toronto, Ont.

13/06/2011

783827-1

AvaTaaR Global Initiative, Not for Profit Organization AvaTaaR - L’initiative Global, Organisation Sans But Lucrative

Montréal, Que.

19/04/2011

788014-6

BEADS OF COURAGE - CANADA/ PERLES DE COURAGE - CANADA

Montréal, Que.

23/06/2011

786294-6

BOARD FOR CONTROL OF CRICKET IN CANADA

City of Mississauga, Ont.

18/05/2011

783910-3

Build Our Wealth

Toronto, Ont.

13/05/2011

789716-2

CANACCORD FOUNDATION

City of Toronto, Ont.

19/07/2011

784617-7

Canada LearningHealth- SantéApprentissage Canada

Ottawa, Ont.

07/07/2011

789663-8

Canada World Community Development Corporation, CWCDC

Calgary, Alta.

04/07/2011

774737-3

CANADA & CHINA PUBLIC RELATIONS FOUNDATION

Toronto, Ont.

04/02/2011

792229-9

CANADA’S CENTRE FOR WIRELESS AND DIGITAL HEALTH INNOVATION

City of Vancouver, B.C.

22/07/2011

789654-9

Canadian Foundation for Jungian Psychoanalytic Training in Zurich

City of Toronto, Ont.

28/06/2011

784039-0

The Chaia & David Arye Goodworks Foundation

City of Mississauga, Ont.

30/06/2011

784062-4

Canadian Immigrant Special Needs Families Association

City of Ottawa, Ont.

06/07/2011

787999-7

Canadian International Health Support Foundation

Toronto, Ont.

21/06/2011

788019-7

Canadian Keratoconus Foundation / Fondation canadienne du kératocône

Montréal, Que.

23/06/2011

788000-6

Canadian Network for Simulation in Healthcare / Réseau Canadien pour la Simulation en Soins de Santé

Ottawa, Ont.

21/06/2011

789702-2

Canadian Ophthalmological Society Foundation/ Fondation de la Société canadienne d’ophtalmologie

City of Ottawa, Ont.

18/07/2011

786301-2

CANADIAN LIBYAN COUNCIL

Waterloo, Ont.

20/05/2011

783829-8

Canan Technology Transfer Center

Toronto, Ont.

16/05/2011

789710-3

CERTIFIED MARKETING MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALS OF CANADA

Toronto, Ont.

19/07/2011

789725-1

CHURCH ON THE ROCK INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES

City of Toronto, Ont.

21/07/2011

788010-3

COALITION FOR EMPLOYEE FREE CHOICE (CEFC)

City of Toronto, Ont.

23/06/2011

774698-2

COORDINATION GÉNÉRALE DES IVOIRIENS DE LA DIASPORA - COGID-CANADA

Montréal (Qc)

27/04/2011

789652-2

CRIS DES JEUNES
YOUTH CRY FOR HELP

Brossard (Qc)

28/06/2011

789678-6

CSU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION CANADA

Markham, Ont.

08/07/2011

789704-9

DIAMOND LIFELINE FOUNDATION

City of Edmonton, Alta.

18/07/2011

789714-6

E-Sports Canada Inc.

Toronto, Ont.

19/07/2011

789723-5

ÉGLISE DE DIEU BARACHEL D’OTTAWA

Ottawa (Ont.)

15/07/2011

784070-5

ELECTRICAL SAFETY FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL CANADA

City of Mississauga, Ont.

08/07/2011

792187-0

EMBLEY PARK FOUNDATION

City of Toronto, Ont.

28/07/2011

784048-9

Fondation ANDROMEDE AMOUR

Ottawa (Ont.)

30/06/2011

784608-8

FONDATION PASCAL KABUNGULU

Gatineau (Qc)

19/05/2011

788026-0

FONDATION PRIVÉE POUR LE DÉVELOPPEMENT DES ÉNERGIES HUMAINES ET RENOUVELABLES (F.P.D.E.H.R.)

Laval (Qc)

27/06/2011

787992-0

FONTAINE DES ORPHELINS ET DE FEMMES VULNÉRABLES (F.O.F.V.) FOUNTAIN OF ORPHANS AND VULNERABLE WOMEN (F.O.V.W.)

Calgary (Alb.)

20/06/2011

788009-0

Friends of Koura in Canada
Les Amis de Koura au Canada

City of Kingston, Ont.

22/06/2011

789676-0

GOUDGE FAMILY FOUNDATION

City of Ottawa, Ont.

07/07/2011

788018-9

Guardalavaca CubaFest!

City of Toronto, Ont.

23/06/2011

789713-8

HAINAN GENERAL CHAMBER OF CANADA FOUNDATION

Richmond Hill, Ont.

19/07/2011

786369-1

HEALTH AND EDUCATION NOW!/ SANTÉ ET ÉDUCATION MAINTENANT!

Région du Grand Montréal, Que.

16/06/2011

789712-0

HOPE FOR THE LIVING

Toronto, Ont.

19/07/2011

784030-6

HORSE WELFARE ALLIANCE OF CANADA

Cochrane, Alta.

29/06/2011

786290-3

IAN IHNATOWYCZ FAMILY FOUNDATION

City of Toronto, Ont.

20/06/2011

789677-8

IF INCLUSION FIRST

City of Toronto, Ont.

07/07/2011

783894-8

IFPS-CANADA

City of Toronto, Ont.

11/05/2011

779509-2

INSTITUT FRANCOPHONE DES MÉDIAS NUMÉRIQUES (IFMN)

Hawkesbury (Ont.)

31/05/2011

789726-0

International Culture and Tourism Cooperation Council

Toronto, Ont.

21/07/2011

767584-4

Iranian-Canadian Cultural Society of Ontario

Ottawa, Ont.

26/11/2010

777665-9

JAME JOHN MINISTRIES

Toronto, Ont.

02/03/2011

779627-7

JOE FINLEY FAMILY FOUNDATION

City of Toronto, Ont.

17/03/2011

786363-2

K. NYAME EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION (KNEF)

Toronto, Ont.

14/06/2011

789679-4

KANATA COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH INC.

City of Ottawa, Ont.

09/07/2011

786359-4

KULEMELA CANADA

City of Toronto, Ont.

10/06/2011

786289-0

LeaderCity Canada
LeaderCité Canada

Town of Banff, Alta.

20/06/2011

771348-7

LES FEMMES MICHIF OTIPEMISIWAK

City of Ottawa (Ont.)

30/12/2010

784059-4

MAISON PAPILLON BLEU DU CANADA BLUE BUTTERFLY HOME OF CANADA

Farnham (Qc)

04/07/2011

783830-1

Masonichip Foundation of Ontario

City of Hamilton, Ont.

16/05/2011

783888-3

MENNO COMMUNICATIONS (CANADA) INC.

Waterloo, Ont.

09/05/2011

792272-8

MicroCharity4 Inc.

City of Toronto, Ont.

28/07/2011

787987-3

MOSQUÉE DE LA CAPITALE

Québec (Qc)

20/06/2011

789683-2

Nosreap Family Foundation

City of Toronto, Ont.

12/07/2011

790119-4

One Common Language Foundation

City of Toronto, Ont.

25/07/2011

789643-3

Open Pier Foundation
Fondation Des Quais Ouverts

Montréal, Que.

21/06/2011

770384-8

Ottawa Chinese Arts Center

Ottawa, Ont.

01/12/2010

792266-3

Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women

Ottawa, Ont.

27/07/2011

786286-5

P.E.A.R.L. FOUNDATION

City of Calgary, Alta.

17/06/2011

786367-5

P2P FRANCHISEE ASSOCIATION

Milton, Ont.

15/06/2011

777670-5

PEACETECH FOUNDATON

City of Richmond, B.C.

08/08/2011

789721-9

PEAK - PEOPLE, EDUCATION, AND ACTION FOR KENYA

City of Calgary, Alta.

20/07/2011

786355-1

PERI OPERATIVE PROGRAM (POP)/ PROGRAMME PÉRI-OPÉRATOIRE (POP)

Metropolitan Region of Montréal, Que.

09/06/2011

792257-4

POUL & SUSAN HANSEN FAMILY FOUNDATION

City of Mississauga, Ont.

27/07/2011

789659-0

QUEEN’S INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING

Kingston, Ont.

30/06/2011

789671-9

Raising Learners Network

Brampton, Ont.

05/07/2011

787988-1

RENAISSANCE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION OF CANADA

City of Toronto, Ont.

20/06/2011

786349-7

Research for Action, Policy Innovation and Development Recherche pour l’Action, la Politique d’Innovation et le Developpement

Burlington, Ont.

07/06/2011

789722-7

ROCK OF AGES INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES

Scarborough, Ont.

20/07/2011

789718-9

S.W.A.G. IN MOTION

Toronto, Ont.

20/07/2011

789724-3

SALON DU MINISTÈRE MINISTRIES

Mississauga (Ont.)

20/07/2011

789655-7

SCHOOL OF CHAMPIONS WEIGHTLIFTING CLUB

Ottawa, Ont.

29/06/2011

786351-9

SEEDS OF PROMISE INTERNATIONAL CHILD WELFARE

Abbotsford, B.C.

08/06/2011

790089-9

SOCCER MULTICULTUREL POUR JEUNES CANADIENS «SMJC»

Ottawa (Ont.)

08/06/2011

790117-8

Strongest Families Institute/ L’Institut des Familles Solides

Halifax Regional Municipality, N.S.

25/07/2011

786329-2

TAO PROGRAM (TENACITY-ATTITUDE-OPTIMISM)

City of Ottawa, Ont.

01/06/2011

784575-8

TECHNOLOGIES POUR TOUS

Ottawa (Ont.)

20/06/2011

787974-1

THE DICAPO FAMILY FOUNDATION

City of Toronto, Ont.

16/06/2011

788013-8

THE DIRECTOR’S CUT MEDIA LITERACY FOUNDATION

Town of Richmond Hill, Ont.

23/06/2011

784073-0

THE ERIC S. MARGOLIS FAMILY FOUNDATION/ LA FONDATION FAMILIALE ERIC S. MARGOLIS

City of Toronto, Ont.

11/07/2011

784080-2

THE FERTILE CRESCENT FOUNDATION / FONDATION DU CROISSANT FERTILE

Pontiac, Que.

12/07/2011

793673-7

THE JEWISH LEGACY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

City of Toronto, Ont.

10/08/2011

786360-8

THE LAND BETWEEN

City of Orillia, Ont.

13/06/2011

784636-3

THE NEW AMBASSADORS OF CHRIST’S CHURCH

Ottawa, Ont.

30/05/2011

786353-5

THE WELCH LEGACY FOUNDATION

City of Ottawa, Ont.

09/06/2011

787975-0

TRANSFORMING LIFE CENTRE/ CENTRE TRANSFORMATEUR DE VIE

City of Ottawa, Ont.

17/06/2011

774745-4

UNIS POUR ASSISTANCE / UNITED FOR ASSISTANCE

Lasalle (Qc)

07/02/2011

790112-7

UNTIL THE LAST CHILD

City of Toronto, Ont.

22/07/2011

784026-8

W. ALLAN DRYBURGH FOUNDATION

City of Edmonton, Alta.

09/06/2011

786324-1

Western Canadian Chapter of the Building Commissioning Association Incorporated

Calgary, Alta.

01/06/2011

787954-7

WOMAN AND CHILDREN EMBASSY FOUNDATION / FONDATION AMBASSADE FEMMES ET ENFANTS

Québec, Que.

09/06/2011

790126-7

WOODWARD FAMILY FOUNDATION

City of Regina, Sask.

26/07/2011

786227-0

WORLD WIDE HEARING FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL

City of Montréal, Que.

07/07/2011

786226-1

WORLD WIDE HEARING FOUNDATION CANADA

City of Montréal, Que.

07/07/2011

789674-3

Yahad - In Unum CANADA

City of Montréal, Que.

06/07/2011

August 26, 2011

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.

Name of Company

Date of S.L.P.

441429-2

Action Volunteer Alliance

12/07/2011

245259-6

Association des religieuses pour les droits des femmes

04/07/2011

371611-2

BioDiscovery Toronto

15/07/2011

448944-6

BullyingCanada Inc.

09/08/2011

207491-5

CANADIAN CHIROPRACTIC PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION

17/06/2011

410569-9

CANADIAN MACHINE QUILTERS’ ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED (C.M.Q.A.) / L’ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DE LA COURTEPOINTE A LA MACHINE INCORPOREE ( A.C.C.M.)

27/07/2011

767272-1

CANADIANS AGAINST SLAVERY / CANADIENS CONTRE L’ESCLAVAGE

04/07/2011

455235-1

CHILL FOUNDATION OF CANADA / FONDATION CHILL DU CANADA

15/06/2011

449404-1

COALITION DES AMPUTÉS DU CANADA
AMPUTEE COALITION OF CANADA

15/07/2011

438536-5

CORPORATION DU MUSÉE DE LA NATION HURONNE-WENDAT

25/07/2011

331400-6

FALUN DAFA ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

06/07/2011

416820-8

Farm Mutual Foundation

24/06/2011

435036-7

Farmstart/ Ferme en Marche

16/08/2011

776036-1

Fondation Girafonds Girafund Foundation

20/07/2011

454767-5

FORESTS WITHOUT BORDERS FORÊTS SANS FRONTIÈRES

19/07/2011

764639-9

GAWAD KALINGA CANADA

25/07/2011

764665-8

GEORGIAN BAY CANCER SUPPORT CENTRE

15/06/2011

447819-3

GLOBAL PETS & ANIMALS FOUNDATION
LA FONDATION POUR ANIMAUX GLOBAL

15/07/2011

032636-4

JEWISH WOMEN INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION OF CANADA

14/07/2011

453919-2

LE FONDS DU CENTENAIRE POUR LES ANCIENS CANADIENS / THE CANADIENS’ ALUMNI CENTENNIAL FUND

14/06/2011

438534-9

MAISON DES PREMIÈRES NATIONS INC.

19/07/2011

767531-3

Movember Canada

25/07/2011

455402-7

ONTARIO BRAIN INSTITUTE FOUNDATION

26/07/2011

406677-4

Palestinian Canadian Congress/ Congrès palestino-canadien

11/05/2011

339602-9

RDÉE Canada (Réseau de développement économique et d’employabilité)

27/07/2011

450801-7

SPECTRUM HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION

22/07/2011

450510-7

THE CLAC FOUNDATION

19/07/2011

052459-0

THE MUTTART FOUNDATION

04/07/2011

449791-1

TORONTO REGION IMMIGRANT EMPLOYMENT COUNCIL (TRIEC)

14/07/2011

August 26, 2011

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 Name of Company

New Name of Company

Date of S.L.P.

419170-6

Africa 2005 - Relais du Canada

TABLE RONDE DES GENS D’AFFAIRES AFRICAINS - CHAPITRE CANADIEN / AFRICAN BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE - CANADIAN CHAPTER

06/06/2011

452627-9

ALLIANCE FOR THE CANADIAN ARTHRITIS PROGRAM / ALLIANCE POUR LE PROGRAMME CANADIEN DE L’ARTHRITE

ARTHRITIS ALLIANCE OF CANADA
ALLIANCE DE L’ARTHRITE DU CANADA

19/07/2011

234346-1

BELGIAN CANADIAN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION

BELGIAN CANADIAN BUSINESS CHAMBER

16/06/2011

783843-3

BFM (NO. 46) ENTERPRISES SOCIETY

BFM (CRANBROOK) ENTERPRISES SOCIETY

07/07/2011

371611-2

BioDiscovery Toronto

Clinical Trials Stakeholders Association

15/07/2011

009428-5

CANADIAN COLLEGES ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION - ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DU SPORT COLLEGIAL

Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association

14/07/2011

777663-2

CANADA PICKLEBALL ASSOCIATION

CANADIAN PICKLEBALL FEDERATION

18/08/2011

344998-0

CRESTWICKE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

RESURRECTION CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

18/07/2011

110582-5

FONDATION JEAN LAPOINTE INC.
JEAN LAPOINTE FOUNDATION INC.

FONDS D’ENTRAIDE POUR LES DÉPENDANCES

02/06/2011

292784-5

J.H. CHINESE PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA
ASSOCIATION DES PROFESSIONNELS CHINOIS DU CANADA J.H.

CHINESE PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA / ASSOCIATION DES PROFESSIONNELS CHINOIS DU CANADA

02/05/2011

032636-4

JEWISH WOMEN INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION OF CANADA

Act to End Violence Against Women

14/07/2011

450815-7

KIDS HEALTH FOUNDATION

The Sandbox Project Charity

27/06/2011

111911-7

NATIONAL ABORIGINAL VETERANS ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION NATIONALE DES ANCIENS COMBATTANTS AUTOCHTONES

Canadian Aboriginal Veterans Benevolent Association

22/06/2011

448483-5

NEW JOURNEY FUND

Camana Fund

11/07/2011

767560-7

NORTH OAKVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH

KING’S COMMUNITY CHURCH OAKVILLE

21/06/2011

332887-2

PHILANTHROPY PRECEPTORSHIP FUND

NWM Private Giving Foundation

21/07/2011

754758-7

Tdot Squash

URBAN SQUASH, TORONTO

15/06/2011

414930-1

The Free Market Research Foundation

Fraser Institute Foundation

03/06/2011

122527-8

THE CANADIAN INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE ASSOCIATION L’ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DU TELEPHONE INDEPENDANT

THE CANADIAN INDEPENDENT TECOMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATION/ L’ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DES COMPAGNIES DE TÉLÉCOMMUNICATIONS INDÉPENDANTES

08/07/2011

020193-6

THE CANADIAN RECORDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION - L’ASSOCIATION DE L’INDUSTRIE CANADIENNE DE L’ENREGISTREMENT

MUSIC CANADA

20/07/2011

257696-1

THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION

Knowledge First Foundation / La Première fondation du savoir

09/08/2011

342070-1

THE SILVER TREE FOUNDATION

Judith Teller Foundation

27/06/2011

305044-1

WORLDWIDE LEADERSHIP COUNCIL OF CANADA

Providence Community Church

14/07/2011

August 26, 2011

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

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

RADIOCOMMUNICATION ACT

Notice No. 20070016025 — Radio apparatus forfeiture — Michel McNeill

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to subsection 13(2) of the Radiocommunication Act, the radio apparatus listed hereafter, having served to commit an infringement of subsection 4(1) and paragraph 10(1)(a) of the said Act, has been ordered to be forfeited to Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, by order of Hal Hickey, Regional Director, Pacific Region, Department of Industry, on July 22, 2010. The violation ticket number is FC 00012716. Michel McNeill did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. Pursuant to subsection 16(1) of the British Columbia Offence Act, a person is deemed to have pleaded guilty to the alleged contravention if the person did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. This ministerial order has been carried out pursuant to the authority provided under subsection 13(1) of the Act which was delegated by the Minister of Industry to the Senior Regional Executive by instrument on January 6, 2000.

Equipment forfeited

One ICOM, model IC-2200H, radio transceiver (serial No. 0511464)

Any person having a claim as rightful owner, mortgagee, lien holder or holder of any like interest on the forfeit item may, within 30 days of the publication of this notice in the Canada Gazette, contest the forfeiture order by complying with the provisions of subsection 13(3) of the Act.

For the purpose of subsection 13(4) of the Act, the notice of the application and hearing may be served on the Minister of Industry, to the attention of the Regional Director, Spectrum, Information Technologies and Telecommunications, 300 West Georgia Street, Room 2100, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6E1.

BRAD DAVIS
Spectrum Operations Manager
Western Region

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

RADIOCOMMUNICATION ACT

Notice No. 20070025261 — Radio apparatus forfeiture — Allen Edward Joseph L’Heureux

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to subsection 13(2) of the Radiocommunication Act, the radio apparatus listed hereafter, having served to commit an infringement of subsection 4(1) and paragraph 10(1)(a) of the said Act, has been ordered to be forfeited to Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, by order of Hal Hickey, Regional Director, Pacific Region, Department of Industry, on July 22, 2010. The violation ticket number is FC 00012617. Allen Edward Joseph L’Heureux did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. Pursuant to subsection 16(1) of the British Columbia Offence Act, a person is deemed to have pleaded guilty to the alleged contravention if the person did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. This ministerial order has been carried out pursuant to the authority provided under subsection 13(1) of the Act which was delegated by the Minister of Industry to the Senior Regional Executive by instrument on January 6, 2000.

Equipment forfeited

One YAESU, model FT-2600M, radio transceiver (serial No. 2F452387)

Any person having a claim as rightful owner, mortgagee, lien holder or holder of any like interest on the forfeit item may, within 30 days of the publication of this notice in the Canada Gazette, contest the forfeiture order by complying with the provisions of subsection 13(3) of the Act.

For the purpose of subsection 13(4) of the Act, the notice of the application and hearing may be served on the Minister of Industry, to the attention of the Regional Director, Spectrum, Information Technologies and Telecommunications, 300 West Georgia Street, Room 2100, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6E1.

BRAD DAVIS
Spectrum Operations Manager
Western Region

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

RADIOCOMMUNICATION ACT

Notice No. 20070025640 — Radio apparatus forfeiture — Dieter Karl Faehmel

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to subsection 13(2) of the Radiocommunication Act, the radio apparatus listed hereafter, having served to commit an infringement of subsection 4(1) and paragraph 10(1)(a) of the said Act, has been ordered to be forfeited to Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, by order of Hal Hickey, Regional Director, Pacific Region, Department of Industry, on July 22, 2010. The violation ticket number is FC 00012568. Dieter Karl Faehmel did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. Pursuant to subsection 16(1) of the British Columbia Offence Act, a person is deemed to have pleaded guilty to the alleged contravention if the person did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. This ministerial order has been carried out pursuant to the authority provided under subsection 13(1) of the Act which was delegated by the Minister of Industry to the Senior Regional Executive by instrument on January 6, 2000.

Equipment forfeited

One YAESU, model FT-2800M, radio transceiver (serial No. 5M570908)

Any person having a claim as rightful owner, mortgagee, lien holder or holder of any like interest on the forfeit item may, within 30 days of the publication of this notice in the Canada Gazette, contest the forfeiture order by complying with the provisions of subsection 13(3) of the Act.

For the purpose of subsection 13(4) of the Act, the notice of the application and hearing may be served on the Minister of Industry, to the attention of the Regional Director, Spectrum, Information Technologies and Telecommunications, 300 West Georgia Street, Room 2100, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6E1.

BRAD DAVIS
Spectrum Operations Manager
Western Region

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

RADIOCOMMUNICATION ACT

Notice No. 20070025649 — Radio apparatus forfeiture — Cara Lynn Lenover

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to subsection 13(2) of the Radiocommunication Act, the radio apparatus listed hereafter, having served to commit an infringement of subsection 4(1) and paragraph 10(1)(a) of the said Act, has been ordered to be forfeited to Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, by order of Hal Hickey, Regional Director, Pacific Region, Department of Industry, on July 22, 2010. The violation ticket number is FC 00012592. Cara Lynn Lenover did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. Pursuant to subsection 16(1) of the British Columbia Offence Act, a person is deemed to have pleaded guilty to the alleged contravention if the person did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. This ministerial order has been carried out pursuant to the authority provided under subsection 13(1) of the Act which was delegated by the Minister of Industry to the Senior Regional Executive by instrument on January 6, 2000.

Equipment forfeited

One ICOM, model IC-2200H, radio transceiver (serial No. 0514370)

Any person having a claim as rightful owner, mortgagee, lien holder or holder of any like interest on the forfeit item may, within 30 days of the publication of this notice in the Canada Gazette, contest the forfeiture order by complying with the provisions of subsection 13(3) of the Act.

For the purpose of subsection 13(4) of the Act, the notice of the application and hearing may be served on the Minister of Industry, to the attention of the Regional Director, Spectrum, Information Technologies and Telecommunications, 300 West Georgia Street, Room 2100, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6E1.

BRAD DAVIS
Spectrum Operations Manager
Western Region

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY

RADIOCOMMUNICATION ACT

Notice No. 20070025650 — Radio apparatus forfeiture — Simon Peter Neudorf

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to subsection 13(2) of the Radiocommunication Act, the radio apparatus listed hereafter, having served to commit an infringement of subsection 4(1) and paragraph 10(1)(a) of the said Act, has been ordered to be forfeited to Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, by order of Hal Hickey, Regional Director, Pacific Region, Department of Industry, on July 22, 2010. The violation ticket number is FC 00012592. Simon Peter Neudorf did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. Pursuant to subsection 16(1) of the British Columbia Offence Act, a person is deemed to have pleaded guilty to the alleged contravention if the person did not dispute the ticket or fine amount within 30 days after service. This ministerial order has been carried out pursuant to the authority provided under subsection 13(1) of the Act which was delegated by the Minister of Industry to the Senior Regional Executive by instrument on January 6, 2000.

Equipment forfeited

One YAESU, model FT-1802, radio transceiver (serial No. 6E070558)

Any person having a claim as rightful owner, mortgagee, lien holder or holder of any like interest on the forfeit item may, within 30 days of the publication of this notice in the Canada Gazette, contest the forfeiture order by complying with the provisions of subsection 13(3) of the Act.

For the purpose of subsection 13(4) of the Act, the notice of the application and hearing may be served on the Minister of Industry, to the attention of the Regional Director, Spectrum, Information Technologies and Telecommunications, 300 West Georgia Street, Room 2100, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6E1.

BRAD DAVIS
Spectrum Operations Manager
Western Region

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Footnote 1
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