CIAC is supportive of Transport Canada's efforts to update the TP14877 Standard. Of key importance to CIAC are the efforts made toward increased harmonization, clarification, and continuous improvements that support public safety. After reviewing the proposed amendments in the Containers for...Download PDF
Dear Minister Hajdu:
I am writing to you on behalf of the member-companies of the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC) who are deeply concerned about the potential for strike activity and work stoppage at the Canadian National Railway (CN) that could begin as early as May 30, 2017.
Overall, CIAC is supportive of Transport Canada's efforts to amend Part 7 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations to clarify its expectations for stakeholders and agrees that the ERAP program plays a key role in protecting the safety of the public and first responders. Additionally,...Download PDF
The Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC) provides this submission in response to the Government of Canada’s review of the National Energy Board’s (NEB) structure, role, and mandate under the National Energy Board Act. This review is being undertaken under a broader Government of Canada...Download PDF
The mandate of the Energy Diversification Advisory Committee (EDAC) is to provide advice to the government on additional steps Alberta can take to build a more diversified and resilient energy economy. This includes building on the value add related recommendations in the Royalty Review Advisory...Download PDF
Over the past two decades, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has provided enormous benefit for the chemical sectors in Canada, Mexico and the United States. NAFTA has facilitated expanded economic growth, job creation, and enhanced North American competitiveness in the global...Download PDF