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Transport Canada has advised CAAR that there could be possible delays in the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Program Services.  

Transport Canada advises the strike could cause delays in some of Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) related services, such as:

  • - Requests for temporary and equivalency certificates
  • - Regulatory questions
  • - Regulatory Interpretation
  • - Consumers Registration
  • - Means of Containment (MOC) Registration
  • - Oversight; and
  • - Other TDG-related requests

 

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