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Information requirements and time management (Archive)

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Consultation has concluded

The purpose of this paper was to seek views on the proposed approach to the regulations prior to the formal regulatory process. This paper provided an overview of possible elements of the proposed regulations. It represented the start of a consultative process in which the Government will discuss with provinces, Indigenous groups, stakeholders and the public, how best to meet the requirements of the legislation. The Government is committed to revising the regulations through engagement and early discussions with Canadians on the path forward.

Public comments were sought from February 8 to June 1, 2018. This consultation is now closed, but another consultation will take place in the fall on the regulatory proposals.










An HTML version of the Information Requirements and Time Management consultation paper is available here.

The purpose of this paper was to seek views on the proposed approach to the regulations prior to the formal regulatory process. This paper provided an overview of possible elements of the proposed regulations. It represented the start of a consultative process in which the Government will discuss with provinces, Indigenous groups, stakeholders and the public, how best to meet the requirements of the legislation. The Government is committed to revising the regulations through engagement and early discussions with Canadians on the path forward.

Public comments were sought from February 8 to June 1, 2018. This consultation is now closed, but another consultation will take place in the fall on the regulatory proposals.










An HTML version of the Information Requirements and Time Management consultation paper is available here.