ARCHIVED - Exploring Change in Signing Authority for Export Certificates for Canada and the United States
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Canada is exploring possible changes under the Regulatory Cooperation Council that would allow federal inspectors in both Canada and the United States (US) to sign export certificates for meat products. This proposed change will not compromise food safety.
Currently, Canada and the US require that export certificates for meat products crossing the Canada-US border be signed by an official veterinarian.
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