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Order Transferring to the Minister of Health the powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to the Public Health Agency of Canada the control and supervision of that portion of the Federal Public Administration known as the Domestic Terrestrial Animal Pathogen Unit (SI/2013-41)

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Order Transferring to the Minister of Health the powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to the Public Health Agency of Canada the control and supervision of that portion of the Federal Public Administration known as the Domestic Terrestrial Animal Pathogen Unit

SI/2013-41

PUBLIC SERVICE REARRANGEMENT AND TRANSFER OF DUTIES ACT

Registration 2013-04-10

Order Transferring to the Minister of Health the powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to the Public Health Agency of Canada the control and supervision of that portion of the Federal Public Administration known as the Domestic Terrestrial Animal Pathogen Unit

P.C. 2013-343 2013-03-27

His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Prime Minister, pursuant to paragraph 2(a)Footnote a of the Public Service Rearrangement and Transfer of Duties ActFootnote b, transfers

  • (a) to the Minister of Health the powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food set out in section 160Footnote c of the Health of Animals RegulationsFootnote d in relation to permits referred to in paragraphs 51(a)Footnote e and 51.1(a)Footnote e and (b)Footnote e of those Regulations as they relate to terrestrial animal pathogens, including those from avian and amphibian animals, except for those pathogens

    • (i) that cause an animal disease included on the list of the World Organisation for Animal Health, entitled OIE-Listed diseases, infections and infestations, as amended from time to time, that is not indigenous to Canada, or

    • (ii) that cause an emerging animal disease; and

  • (b) from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to the Public Health Agency of Canada the control and supervision of that portion of the federal public administration in the Canadian Food Inspection Agency known as the Domestic Terrestrial Animal Pathogen Unit,

effective April 1, 2013.

 

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