Certain Ruminants and Their Products Importation Prohibition Regulations, No. 2
1. (1) The following definitions apply in these Regulations.
“Bovinae specified risk material”
« matériel à risque spécifié de boviné »
“Bovinae specified risk material” means
(a) the skull, brain, trigeminal ganglia, eyes, spinal cord and dorsal root ganglia of animals of the sub-family Bovinae aged 30 months or older; and
(b) the distal ileum and tonsils of animals of the sub-family Bovinae of all ages.
“BSE slaughter process”
« processus d’abattage approprié pour l’ESB »
“BSE slaughter process” means any process for slaughtering an animal other than a process in which the animal is subjected, before being slaughtered, to
(a) a stunning process in which a device is used to inject compressed air or gas into the animal’s cranial cavity; or
(b) a pithing process involving laceration, after stunning of the animal, of the animal’s central nervous tissue by means of an elongated rod-shaped instrument that is introduced into the animal’s cranial cavity.
« chèvre d’engrais »
“feeder goats” means any neutered male goats imported into Canada for the purpose of feeding and subsequent slaughter, but does not include any neutered male goats that are to be moved to a rodeo or show.
« mouton d’engrais »
“feeder sheep” means any neutered male sheep imported into Canada for the purpose of feeding and subsequent slaughter, but does not include any neutered male sheep that are to be moved to a rodeo or show.
« produit de viande »
“meat product” has the same meaning as in subsection 2(1) of the Meat Inspection Act.
Marginal note:Other words and expressions
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