Rules of origin under NAFTA should be clear, simple, and transparent. The goal should be to reduce transactional time and costs to the maximum extent possible to the benefit of industry (commerce) of the Parties. It should be the right of the importer and exporter of record to select from the non-...Download PDF
The Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC), on behalf of its membership, welcomes the opportunity to provide our input to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs as part of the 2018 pre-budget consultation. We acknowledge and commend the Province’s return to a balanced...Download PDF
The Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC) applauds the Railway Safety Act Review Panel’s recognition of interrelated elements of rail transportation and the wholistic approach being taken to incorporate expertise from the various stakeholders to advance safe rail transportation across the...Download PDF
On behalf of the members of the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC), we are pleased to share with you our views on Bill C-49.
CIAC applauds the government’s efforts and is supportive of the rail freight measures outlined in Transportation 2030 for advancing a “long-term agenda for a...Download PDF
The North American chemical industry supports modernizing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to upgrade the agreement and build upon the economic partnerships and supply chain synergies and efficiencies that have been created through reduced barriers to trade. Addressing regulatory...Download PDF
The Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC) is pleased to provide comments to the Ministry of Economic Development and Growth (MEDG) Red Tape Challenge consultation of the chemical manufacturing sector. Below is a summary of the key regulatory burdens impacting the competitiveness of the...Download PDF