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            Administrative Burden Baseline: Update 2021

            In its Red Tape Reduction Action Plan, the Government committed to build on the efforts of the paperwork Burden Reduction Initiative by requiring departments, through the Administrative Burden Baseline, to provide a count of the requirements in federal regulations that impose an administrative burden on business.

            The Administrative Burden Baseline provides Canadians with a clear metric on the total number of requirements in federal regulations and associated forms that impose an administrative burden on business. This baseline contributes to the openness and transparency of the federal regulatory system. Administrative burden includes planning, collecting, processing and reporting of information, and completing forms and retaining data required by the federal government to comply with a regulation. This includes filling out licence applications and forms, as well as finding and compiling data for audits and becoming familiar with information requirements.

            Only those regulatory requirements imposing an administrative burden are within scope of the Administrative Burden Baseline initiative. The findings reported below include consideration of documents (for examples, a manual or external standard) and forms incorporated by reference into the Regulations, if they impose an administrative burden on business.

            All federal regulations that are administered by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) that have requirements that impose an administrative burden on business are identified below. The total count for 2021 is 5,174. The total count on June 30th, 2014 (the baseline count) was 10,989. Since the administrative burden baseline update in 2020, 3 regulations administered and enforced by the CFIA were amended and/or repealed, 4 incorporated directives were modified, existing forms were updated and new forms were introduced to collect data to enable evidence based decision-making. These amendments, modifications and changes made to CFIA regulations, directives and forms have resulted in an overall net decrease of 5.3% from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. The principal reason for the overall net decrease is an internal correction to the 2020 count, which mistakenly added some internal CFIA forms that impose an administrative burden to CFIA, but not to external businesses. This discrepancy has been corrected for the 2021 update. Without the correction, the overall administrative burden between 2020 and 2021 would have shown a slight increase of 0.6%. Since the baseline count of 2014, the 2021 figures represent an overall decrease of approximately 53% to the administrative burden imposed on business by CFIA.

            Administrative Burden Baseline Count as of June 30, 2021

            Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Act
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Regulations SOR/2000-187 0
            Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Canadian Food Inspection Agency Fees Notice N/A N/A
            Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (as it relates to food)
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Consumer Packaging and Labelling Regulations C.R.C., c. 417 0
            Feeds Act
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Feeds Regulations, 1983 SOR/83-593 177
            Fertilizers Act
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Fertilizers Regulations C.R.C., c. 666 301

            Food and Drugs Act (as it relates to food)

            Health of Animals Act
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Compensation for Certain Birds Destroyed in British Columbia (Avian Influenza) Regulations SOR/2004-150 0
            Compensation for Destroyed Animals SOR/2000-233 0
            Export Inspection & Certification Exemption Regulations SOR/91-3 0
            Hatchery Regulations C.R.C., c. 1023 113
            Hatchery Exclusion Regulations SOR/91-4 0
            Health of Animals Regulations C.R.C., c. 296 1,852
            Honeybee Prohibition Regulations, 2004 SOR/2004-136 N/A
            Reportable Diseases Regulations SOR/91-2 0
            Revocation of Declaration: Repeal of the British Columbia Bluetongue Infected Place Order N/A N/A
            Plant Breeders' Rights Act
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Plant Breeders' Rights Regulations SOR/91-594 289
            Plant Protection Act
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Eggplants and Tomatoes Production (Central Saanich) Restriction Regulations SOR/82-448 0
            Golden Nematode Order SOR/80-260 0
            Introduced Forest Pest Compensation Regulations SOR/2004-113 40
            Phytophthora Ramorum Compensation Regulations SOR/2007-135 0
            Plant Protection Regulations SOR/95-212 167
            Plum Pox Virus Compensation Regulations, 2004 SOR/2005-131 67
            Potato Production and Sale (Central Saanich) Restriction Regulations SOR/82-186 0
            Potato Wart Compensation Regulations, 2003 SOR/2004-211 113
            Seeds Act
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Seeds Regulations C.R.C., c. 1400 907
            Weed Seeds Order, 2005 SOR/2005-220 0
            Safe Food for Canadians Act
            Title of the regulation SOR/CRC/SI number 2021 Count
            Safe Food for Canadians Regulations SOR/2018-108 1,148

            Total count: 5,174

            Previous years' counts for Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) are available upon request.

            Contact information

            Please contact:

            Mélanie Desrochers
            Canadian Food Inspection Agency
            613-762-6725
            cfia.legislation-legislation.acia@inspection.gc.ca

            For more information

            All of the government's Acts and Regulations can be found on the Justice Laws website.

            Consult the following for links to the Cabinet Directive on Regulation and supporting policies and guidance, and for information on government-wide regulatory initiatives implemented by departments and agencies across the Government of Canada:

            To learn about upcoming or ongoing consultations on proposed federal regulations, visit:

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