D-00-03: Import requirements from the United States and domestic movement requirements for material to prevent the introduction of Eastern filbert blight into British Columbia

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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has identified Anisogramma anomala (Pk.) Muller (eastern filbert blight) as a candidate for potential deregulation. A stakeholder consultation is part of the process to determine if deregulation of A. anomala is appropriate. The requirements in directive D-00-03 (dated May 4, 2006) remain in effect pending the outcome of the consultation and consequent regulatory decision by the CFIA.

In the present version of the directive, contact information, references to specific organizations within the CFIA, and references to other documents or policies may not be current. This information will be updated at the time of the next revision of this directive. Please contact the CFIA for any questions or further information.

D-00-03: Import requirements from the United States and domestic movement requirements for material to prevent the introduction of eastern filbert blight into British Columbia

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