Permits & Licenses

LIST OF PERMITS & LICENCES- CANADA

  1. Authorizations for Ozone-depleting Substances
  2. Disposal at Sea Permits
  3. Permits of Equivalent Level of Environmental Safety
  4. Transboundary Permits
  5. Class A Precursor Licence
  6. Class B Precursor Registration
  7. Import, Export and Transit/Transhipment Permits
  8. Precursor Chemical Exemption Certificate

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Permits
A permit is written authorization from the Minister of the Environment to carry out certain activities at a specific location(s) within a specified period of time. A permit contains any conditions that the Minister considers necessary in the interests of human life, the environment, and terrain or marine life. A permit specifies the activity (or activities) permitted, as well as the exact location(s) and time-frame(s) for which it is valid.

Under CEPA 1999, the following types of permits or authorizations have been issued:

  1. Authorizations for Ozone-depleting Substances
  2. Disposal at Sea Permits
  3. Permits of Equivalent Level of Environmental Safety
  4. Transboundary Permits

Health Canada
Licences, Permits, Registrations and Exemptions

  1. Class A Precursor Licence
  2. Class B Precursor Registration
  3. Import, Export and Transit/Transhipment Permits
  4. Precursor Chemical Exemption Certificate

Class A Precursor Licence
If you would like to request an application form for a Class A Precursor license, send an email to precursors@hc-sc.gc.ca

Class B Precursor Registration
If you would like to request an application form for a Class B Precursor registration, send an email to precursors@hc-sc.gc.ca

Import, Export and Transit/Transhipment Permits
If you would like to request any application forms for Import, Export and Transit / Transhipment of Precursor Chemicals, send an email to precursors@hc-sc.gc.ca

Precursor Chemical Exemption Certificate
Class A or Class B precursor preparations and mixtures may be exempted from the application of the Precursor Control Regulations if they meet the specified conditions. An exemption certificate will be issued once the Minister determines that the preparation or mixture poses little risk of diversion to illegal markets or uses and that the precursor cannot be easily extracted from the preparation or mixture.

If you would like to request an application form for an Exemption for Preparations and Mixtures of Class A or Class B Precursors, send an email to precursors@hc-sc.gc.ca

Sources:
https://www.ec.gc.ca/lcpe-cepa/default.asp?lang=En&n=1904B4F5-1
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hc-ps/substancontrol/chem-chim/licences/index-eng.php