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CBAN publications re: regulatory exemptions (2020-2022)

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On regulatory guidance:new report

CBAN Opinion article in The Hill Times – September 2023: New regulatory guidance sets up corporate self-regulation of GMOs

CBAN Briefing to Members of Parliament – May 2023: Reverse New GMO Regulatory Guidance, to Ensure Safety and Transparency

RE: Primary Roles of CFIA Regulation – The Need to Regulate Gene Edited Seeds, Submitted to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, July 25, 2022.

Briefing for Members of Parliament, July 2022

Rebuttal: Responding to Health Canada’s Public Relations on GMO regulation, June 13, 2022

Report: New Proposals Would Eliminate Transparency on GMOs in Canada: Regulatory guidance changes would result in unregulated, unreported genetically engineered foods and seeds, April 13, 2022 (Report in French)


CBAN responses to CFIA’s consultation on proposals re: GM seeds regulation:

CBAN responses on Health Canada’s consultation on proposals re: GM foods regulation:

On genome editing (gene editing) and safety risks

Opinion articles: