Canada | Proposed removal of low volume or discontinued substances from the Revised In Commerce List | Deadline for consultation 25 November 2020

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In 2001, Health Canada initiated a process to identify substances used in the Food and Drugs Act (F&DA) products on the market between January 1,1987 and September 13,2001 and place them on an administrative list now known as the Revised In Commerce List (R-ICL). Prioritization of the Revised In Commerce List (R-ICL) was completed in 2016. Based on available information, Health Canada has identified 669 substances as discontinued, never marketed in Canada, or in Canadian commerce below the New Substances Notification Regulation (NSNR) (Chemicals and Polymers) lowest trigger for regulatory reporting.



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