Vol. 151, No. 5 — February 4, 2017

COMMISSIONS

CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY

SPECIAL IMPORT MEASURES ACT

Certain fabricated industrial steel components — Decisions

On January 25, 2017, pursuant to subsection 38(1) of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) made a preliminary determination of dumping concerning certain fabricated industrial steel components originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China (China), the Republic of Korea and the Kingdom of Spain, and made a preliminary determination of subsidizing concerning fabricated industrial steel components from China.

On the same date, the President of the CBSA, pursuant to paragraph 35(2)(a) of SIMA, terminated the dumping investigation in respect of the above-mentioned goods originating in or exported from the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Effective January 1, 2017, imports into Canada of the subject goods are normally classified under the following Harmonized System (HS) classification numbers:

7216.99.00.10

7308.40.00.00

8428.32.00.00

7216.99.00.20

7308.90.00.60

8428.33.00.00

7216.99.00.30

7308.90.00.96

8428.39.00.30

7216.99.00.91

7308.90.00.99

8428.39.00.41

7216.99.00.99

7326.90.90.90

8428.39.00.49

7301.20.00.10

8421.99.90.90

8428.39.00.80

7301.20.00.20

8428.31.00.00

8428.39.00.90

The above-noted classification numbers replace the following HS numbers that were used during the period of investigation:

7216.99.00.10

7308.90.00.60

8428.32.00.90

7216.99.00.20

7308.90.00.81

8428.33.00.90

7216.99.00.30

7308.90.00.89

8428.39.00.20

7216.99.00.91

7308.90.00.92

8428.39.00.31

7216.99.00.99

7308.90.00.99

8428.39.00.34

7301.20.00.10

7326.90.90.99

8428.39.00.39

7301.20.00.20

8421.99.00.90

8428.39.00.80

7308.40.00.10

8428.31.00.00

8428.39.00.90

7308.40.00.90

   

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) will conduct a full inquiry into the question of injury to the domestic industry and will make an order or finding no later than 120 days after its receipt of the notice of the preliminary determination of dumping and subsidizing.

Pursuant to section 8 of SIMA, provisional duty is payable on subject goods that are released from the CBSA during the period commencing January 25, 2017, and ending on the earlier of the day the investigation is terminated, the day on which the CITT makes an order or finding, or the day an undertaking is accepted.

The amount of provisional duty payable is not greater than the estimated margin of dumping and the estimated amount of subsidy. The Customs Act applies with respect to the accounting and payment of provisional duty. Therefore, failure to pay duties within the prescribed time will result in the application of the interest provisions of the Customs Act.

Information

The Statement of Reasons regarding these decisions will be issued within 15 days following the decisions and will be available on the CBSA website at www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima-lmsi/menu-eng.html or by contacting either Mr. Denis Chénier by telephone at 613-952-7547 or Mr. Nalong Manivong by telephone at 613-960-6096.

Ottawa, January 25, 2017

Brent McRoberts
Director General
Trade and Anti-dumping Programs Directorate

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CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

INCOME TAX ACT

Revocation of registration of charities

The following notice of intention to revoke was sent to the charities listed below because they have not met the filing requirements of the Income Tax Act:

“Notice is hereby given, pursuant to paragraph 168(1)(c) of the Income Tax Act, that I propose to revoke the registration of the charities listed below and that by virtue of subsection 168(2) thereof, the revocation of the registration is effective on the date of publication of this notice.”

Business Number

Name
Address

106974702RR0001

THE CORNERSTONE COUNSELING SOCIETY OF EDMONTON, EDMONTON, ALTA.

107360919RR0001

LA FABRIQUE DE LA PAROISSE DU TRÈS-SAINT-SACREMENT ARCHIDIOCÈSE DE MONTRÉAL, LACHINE (QC)

107599326RR0001

SOCIÉTÉ CATHOLIQUE DE LA BIBLE / CATHOLIC SOCIETY OF THE BIBLE, MONTRÉAL (QC)

107876476RR0076

PAROISSE-NOTRE-DAME-DE-LA-PAIX, CRYSTAL FALLS (ONT.)

108063579RR0001

TAMARISK COMMUNITY CLUB INC., GRANDVIEW, MAN.

108108317RR0001

THUNDER BAY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP, THUNDER BAY, ONT.

108148263RR0003

UKRAINIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH OF ST. MARY, WYNYARD, WYNYARD, SASK.

118783620RR0002

ALL SAINTS CHURCH, WHITE RIVER, ONT.

118788470RR0001

APOSTOLIC MISSIONARY INSTITUTE, OSHAWA, ONT.

118789296RR0001

ARDATH UNITED CHURCH, ARDATH, SASK.

118789726RR0001

ARMENIAN BROTHERHOOD BIBLE CHURCH OF TORONTO, TORONTO, ONT.

118791953RR0001

L’ASSISTANCE MATERNELLE, OUTREMONT (QC)

118810654RR0002

BISHOP CRONYN MEMORIAL CHURCH, LONDON, ONT.

118825066RR0001

CALVARY FAITH CHURCH, GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY, N.S.

118831890RR0001

CANADIAN FRIENDS OF ISRAEL CANCER ASSOCIATION, CONCORD, ONT.

118832138RR0001

CANADIAN FRIENDS OF MOSDOS OR HATORAH, TORONTO, onT.

118850098RR0001

CHARITÉS CATHOLIQUES DE MOOSONEE - CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF MOOSONEE, MOOSONEE (ONT.)

118877927RR0001

COUTTS HALLMARK CHARITY FUND, MARKHAM, ONT.

118878867RR0001

CREASOR CRAWFORD CHARITABLE FOUNDATION, TORONTO, ONT.

118887603RR0001

DOUGLAS HOSPITAL EMPLOYEES’ CHARITABLE FUND, MONTRÉAL, QUE.

118895549RR0001

ÉGLISE CHRIST VAINQUEUR, SAINT-CALIXTE (QC)

118902584RR0001

ESTONIAN LUTHERAN CONGREGATION OF SAULT STE. MARIE, SAULT STE. MARIE, ONT.

118903897RR0002

EVANGELICAL PENTECOSTAL CHURCH, MONTRÉAL, QUE.

118910330RR0001

LA FABRIQUE DE LA PAROISSE DE SAINT-ÉTIENNE DE FRANQUELIN, FRANQUELIN (QC)

118914662RR0001

FERINTOSH UNITED CHURCH, FERINTOSH, ALTA.

118923523RR0001

FONDATION JEAN-MARIE POITRAS, SAINT-AUGUSTIN-DE-DESMAURES (QC)

118932698RR0001

FRIENDS OF THE OAKLAND BRANCH OF THE COUNTY OF THE BRANT PUBLIC LIBRARY, SCOTLAND, ONT.

118941756RR0001

GOODWILL INDUSTRIES OF TORONTO, EASTERN, CENTRAL AND NORTHERN ONTARIO, SCARBOROUGH, ONT.

118950252RR0001

HADLEYVILLE UNITED CHURCH, MULGRAVE, N.S.

118952159RR0001

HAMPSTEAD FIRST UNITED BAPTIST CHURCH, CENTRAL HAMPSTEAD, N.B.

118956465RR0001

HERITAGE PARRY SOUND, PARRY SOUND, ONT.

118960509RR0001

HOLY NAME OF MARY FOOD FUND, WINDSOR, ONT.

118961341RR0002

HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, CHESLEY, ONT.

118967348RR0001

IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH, NAICAM, SASK.

119002483RR0001

LAKE COWICHAN KHALSA DIWAN SOCIETY, LAKE COWICHAN, B.C.

801042409RR0001

NO STRINGS THEATRE PRODUCTIONS, TORONTO, ONT.

802612333RR0001

SIPHO SE NKOSI’S NOT-FOR-PROFIT FOR THE UNDERPRIVILEGED, KINGSTON, ONT.

804172914RR0001

SYRIAC CHRISTIAN CHURCH / L’ÉGLISE CHRÉTIENNE SYRIAQUE, QUÉBEC, QUE.

810826107RR0001

FONDATION P.M.B., GREENFIELD PARK (QC)

815055546RR0001

ARTS COUNCIL OF FORT ERIE, RIDGEWAY, ONT.

815082078RR0001

FRIENDS OF BIG SANDY BAY CORPORATION, WOLFE ISLAND, ONT.

816519136RR0001

THE SOULS OF THE FEET GLOBAL EMPOWERMENT FOUNDATION, BEAUMONT, ALTA.

818597601RR0001

THE OTTAWA-GATINEAU CELLO CLUB INC. / LE CLUB DE VIOLONCELLE OTTAWA-GATINEAU INC., OTTAWA, ONT.

819881251RR0001

FOUNTAIN OF LIFE GRACE SPRINGS MINISTRIES, NORTH YORK, ONT.

828955245RR0001

THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 551 (ONTARIO) POPPY FUND, WATERDOWN, ONT.

834163107RR0001

CHILDREN OF LIGHT CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION, RICHMOND HILL, ONT.

835711649RR0001

FOUNDATION FOR LIFELONG LITERACY INC., FREDERICTON, N.B.

836193227RR0001

EL BETHEL MIRACLE GOSPEL CHURCH, SCARBOROUGH, ONT.

840143069RR0001

MY SISTER’S VOICE, WHITBY, ONT.

840237457RR0001

TEAM & TEAM CANADA SOCIETY, SURREY, B.C.

840372171RR0001

WESTERN VALLEY RELIGIOUS PROPERTIES SOCIETY, MIDDLETON, N.S.

844417519RR0001

IBELLIEVE FOUNDATION, TORONTO, ONT.

851043653RR0001

THE SARAH AND CHAIM NEUBERGER FAMILY FOUNDATION, TORONTO, ONT.

867752339RR0001

ELK VALLEY P.A.R.T.Y. PROGRAM, SPARWOOD, B.C.

889411971RR0002

ASSEMBLIES OF THE FIRST BORN CHURCH (VISION MINISTRIES), BRAMPTON, ONT.

Tony Manconi
Director General
Charities Directorate

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CANADA–NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR OFFSHORE PETROLEUM BOARD

CANADA–NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ATLANTIC ACCORD IMPLEMENTATION ACT

Call for Bids No. NL16-CFB01

The Canada–Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board hereby gives notice of the terms and conditions of the interests issued as a result of Call for Bids No. NL16-CFB01. The bids selected, and the information contained on the prescribed bid forms, were published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, Vol. 150, No. 48, on November 26, 2016.

This notice is made pursuant to and subject to the Canada–Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act, S.C., 1987, c. 3, and the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Newfoundland and Labrador Act, R.S.N.L., 1990, c. C-2.

Exploration Licence Nos. 1145, 1146, 1147, 1148, 1149 and 1150 were issued to the following interest owners:

Exploration Licence

Interest Owners

Ownership %

1145

BP Canada Energy Group ULC

50%

Hess Canada Oil and Gas ULC

25%

Noble Energy Canada LLC

25%

1146

BP Canada Energy Group ULC

50%

Hess Canada Oil and Gas ULC

25%

Noble Energy Canada LLC

25%

1147

Navitas Petroleum Canada Inc.

30%

1099494 B.C. Ltd.

70%

1148

BP Canada Energy Group ULC

50%

Hess Canada Oil and Gas ULC

25%

Noble Energy Canada LLC

25%

1149

BP Canada Energy Group ULC

60%

Noble Energy Canada LLC

40%

1150

Nexen Energy ULC

100%

The following is a summary of the terms and conditions of the above-mentioned Exploration Licences:

1. The Exploration Licence confers

2. The Exploration Licence was issued for a nine-year term effective January 15, 2017.

3. Period I is a period of six years commencing on the effective date of the Exploration Licence. The Interest Owner shall commence the drilling of a Validation Well within Period I, and diligently pursue such drilling thereafter, as a condition precedent to obtaining tenure during Period II.

4. The Interest Owner may, at its option, extend Period I for additional years to a maximum total of three one-year extensions by posting a Drilling Deposit with the Board before the end of Period I or any additional year extension of Period I in the following amounts:

Period I A — one-year extension — $5 million

Period I B — one-year extension — $10 million

Period I C — one-year extension — $15 million

If a Drilling Deposit is posted, it will be refunded in full if the Validation Well commitment is met during the respective period of extension. Otherwise, the drilling deposit will be forfeited upon termination of that period extension.

If a Validation Well is not drilled, the Drilling Deposit will be forfeited to the Receiver General for Canada upon the termination of the Exploration Licence at the end of Period I. Allowable Expenditures cannot be applied against the Drilling Deposit.

5. Upon the expiration of Period II, there shall be a deemed surrender of the interest except as it relates to the lands or any portion thereof subject to a Significant Discovery Licence, or a Production Licence.

6. The Interest Owners for the above-mentioned Exploration Licences were required to provide the following Security Deposit in the form of a promissory note satisfactory to the Board:

Exploration Licence

Security Deposit

1145

$69,076,250.00

1146

$3,012,500.00

1147

$12,000,004.50

1148

$31,312,500.00

1149

$3,050,000.00

1150

$10,041,750.00

A credit against the Security Deposit will be made following each anniversary date of the Exploration Licence on the basis of 25% of Allowable Expenditures. Any deposit balance remaining at the end of Period I, or following the termination of a well commenced and being pursued diligently but not terminated within Period I, or upon the surrender of rights, will be forfeited.

7. For these Exploration Licences, rentals will be applicable only in Period II at a rate of $5.00 per hectare in respect of the first year and increasing thereafter by $5.00 per hectare per year, up to and including the third year.

8. Other terms and conditions referred to in the Exploration Licence include provisions respecting Significant Discoveries, Allowable Expenditures, Indemnity, Liability, Successors and Assigns, Notice, Waiver and Relief, Appointment of Representative and Agreement by Interest Owner.

9. For the payment of a prescribed service fee, the Exploration Licence may be inspected, or by written request, certified copies made available at the following address: Office of the Registrar, Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board, TD Place, 5th Floor, 140 Water Street, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador A1C 6H6, 709-778-1400.

January 2017

Scott Tessier
Chair

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CANADA–NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR OFFSHORE PETROLEUM BOARD

CANADA–NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ATLANTIC ACCORD IMPLEMENTATION ACT

Call for Bids No. NL16-CFB02

The Canada–Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board hereby gives notice of the terms and conditions of the interests issued as a result of Call for Bids No. NL16-CFB02. The bids selected, and the information contained on the prescribed bid forms, were published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, Vol. 150, No. 48, on November 26, 2016.

This notice is made pursuant to and subject to the CanadaNewfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act, S.C., 1987, c. 3, and the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Newfoundland and Labrador Act, R.S.N.L., 1990, c. C-2.

Exploration Licence Nos. 1151 and 1152 were issued to the following interest owners:

Exploration Licence

Interest Owners

Ownership %

1151

Husky Oil Operations Limited

100%

1152

Husky Oil Operations Limited

100%

The following is a summary of the terms and conditions of the above-mentioned Exploration Licences:

1. The Exploration Licence confers

2. The Exploration Licence was issued for a nine-year term effective January 15, 2017.

3. Period I is a period of six years commencing on the effective date of the Exploration Licence. The Interest Owner shall commence the drilling of a Validation Well within Period I, and diligently pursue such drilling thereafter, as a condition precedent to obtaining tenure during Period II.

4. The Interest Owner may, at its option, extend Period I for additional years to a maximum total of three one-year extensions by posting a Drilling Deposit with the Board before the end of Period I or any additional year extension of Period I in the following amounts:

Period I A — one-year extension — $5 million

Period I B — one-year extension — $10 million

Period I C — one-year extension — $15 million

If a Drilling Deposit is posted, it will be refunded in full if the Validation Well commitment is met during the respective period of extension. Otherwise, the drilling deposit will be forfeited upon termination of that period extension.

If a Validation Well is not drilled, the Drilling Deposit will be forfeited to the Receiver General for Canada upon the termination of the Exploration Licence at the end of Period I. Allowable Expenditures cannot be applied against the Drilling Deposit.

5. Upon the expiration of Period II, there shall be a deemed surrender of the interest except as it relates to the lands or any portion thereof subject to a Significant Discovery Licence, or a Production Licence.

6. The Interest Owner for the above-mentioned Exploration Licence was required to provide the following Security Deposit in the form of a promissory note satisfactory to the Board:

Exploration Licence

Security Deposit

1151

$38,752,222.00

1152

$22,252,222.00

A credit against the Security Deposit will be made following each anniversary date of the Exploration Licence on the basis of 25% of Allowable Expenditures. Any deposit balance remaining at the end of Period I, or following the termination of a well commenced and being pursued diligently but not terminated within Period I, or upon the surrender of rights, will be forfeited.

7. For these Exploration Licences, rentals will be applicable only in Period II at a rate of $5.00 per hectare in respect of the first year and increasing thereafter by $5.00 per hectare per year, up to and including the third year.

8. Other terms and conditions referred to in the Exploration Licence include provisions respecting Significant Discoveries, Allowable Expenditures, Indemnity, Liability, Successors and Assigns, Notice, Waiver and Relief, Appointment of Representative and Agreement by Interest Owner.

9. For the payment of a prescribed service fee, the Exploration Licence may be inspected, or by written request, certified copies made available at the following address: Office of the Registrar, Canada–Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board, TD Place, 5th Floor, 140 Water Street, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador A1C 6H6, 709-778-1400.

January 2017

Scott Tessier
Chair

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CANADA–NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR OFFSHORE PETROLEUM BOARD

CANADA–NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ATLANTIC ACCORD IMPLEMENTATION ACT

Issuance of exploration licence — Exception to call for bids

Pursuant to paragraph 61(1)(b) of the Canada– Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act, S.C., 1987, c. 3, and paragraph 60(1)(b) of the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Newfoundland and Labrador Act, R.S.N.L., 1990, c. C-2, the Canada–Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (CNLOPB) advises that upon receipt of approval of a fundamental decision by the Accord Act ministers, Exploration Licence No. 1153 has been issued effective January 15, 2017, in exchange for a surrender of existing Exploration Licence No. 1105 issued to Corridor Resources Inc. in the Canada– Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Area.

The issuance of this new exploration licence equitably restores the exploration licence term to four years to afford time to complete the environmental assessment, to seek a drilling operations authorization and to validate the geological prospect commonly referred to as Old Harry.

Offshore safety and environmental protection are paramount in all Board decisions. The CNLOPB will not approve any offshore petroleum-related activity until an operator demonstrates that it has met all legislative and regulatory requirements and has reduced risks to levels that are as low as reasonably practicable.

This exploration licence may be inspected, or by written request, certified copies made available at the following address: Office of the Registrar, Canada–Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board, TD Place, 5th Floor, 140 Water Street, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1C 6H6, 709-778-1400. It may also be found on the Board’s website at www.cnlopb.ca.

Scott Tessier
Chair and Chief Executive Officer

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

APPEAL

Notice No. HA-2016-023

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) will hold a public hearing to consider the appeal referenced hereunder. This hearing will be held beginning at 9:30 a.m., in the Tribunal’s Hearing Room No. 2, 18th Floor, 333 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, Ontario. Interested persons planning to attend should contact the Tribunal at 613-998-9908 to obtain further information and to confirm that the hearing will be held as scheduled.

Customs Act



Regional Medical Products Ltd. v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency

Date of Hearing

March 9, 2017

Appeal No.

AP-2016-023

Goods in Issue

Digital moist heating pads

Issue

Whether the goods in issue are properly classified under tariff item No. 8516.79.90 as other electro-thermic appliances of a kind used for domestic purposes, as determined by the President of the Canada Border Services Agency, or should be classified under tariff item No. 9018.90.90 as other instruments and appliances used in medical, surgical, dental or veterinary sciences, including scintigraphic apparatus, other electro-medical apparatus and sight-testing instruments, or, alternatively, under tariff item No. 9019.10.00 as mechano-therapy appliances or massage apparatus, as claimed by Regional Medical Products Ltd.

Tariff Items at Issue

Regional Medical Products Ltd.—9018.90.90 and 9019.10.00

President of the Canada Border Services Agency—8516.79.90

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

COMMENCEMENT OF INQUIRY

Certain fabricated industrial steel components

Notice was received by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) on January 25, 2017, from the Director General of the Trade and Anti-dumping Programs Directorate at the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), stating that a preliminary determination (Inquiry No. NQ-2016-004) had been made respecting the dumping of fabricated structural steel and plate-work components of buildings, process equipment, process enclosures, access structures, process structures, and structures for conveyancing and material handling, including steel beams, columns, braces, frames, railings, stairs, trusses, conveyor belt frame structures and galleries, bents, bins, chutes, hoppers, ductwork, process tanks, pipe racks and apron feeders, whether assembled or partially assembled into modules, or unassembled, for use in structures for 1. oil and gas extraction, conveyance and processing; 2. mining extraction, conveyance, storage, and processing; 3. industrial power generation facilities; 4. petrochemical plants; 5. cement plants; 6. fertilizer plants; and 7. industrial metal smelters; but excluding electrical transmission towers; rolled steel products not further worked; steel beams not further worked; oil pump jacks; solar, wind and tidal power generation structures; power generation facilities with a rated capacity below 100 MW; goods classified as “prefabricated buildings” under HS Code 9406.00.90.30; structural steel for use in manufacturing facilities used in applications other than those described above; and products covered by Certain Fasteners (RR-2014-001), Structural Tubing (RR-2013-001), Carbon Steel Plate (III) (RR-2012-001), Carbon Steel Plate (VII) (NQ-2013-005) and Steel Grating (NQ-2010-002) [the subject goods], originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China, the Republic of Korea, the Kingdom of Spain, and the subsidizing of the subject goods originating in or exported from the People’s Republic of China.

Pursuant to section 42 of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), the Tribunal has initiated an inquiry to deter-mine whether the dumping and subsidizing of the above- mentioned goods have caused injury or retardation or are threatening to cause injury, and to determine such other matters as the Tribunal is required to determine under that section.

Each person or government wishing to participate in the inquiry and at the hearing as a party must file a notice of participation with the Tribunal on or before February 9, 2017. Each counsel who intends to represent a party in the inquiry and at the hearing must file a notice of representation, as well as a declaration and undertaking, with the Tribunal on or before February 9, 2017.

A public hearing relating to this inquiry will be held in the Tribunal’s Hearing Room No. 1, 18th Floor, 333 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, Ontario, commencing on May 1, 2017, at 9:30 a.m., to hear evidence and representations by interested parties.

In accordance with section 46 of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act, a person who provides information to the Tribunal and who wishes some or all of the information to be kept confidential must submit to the Tribunal, at the time the information is provided, a statement designating the information as confidential, together with an explanation as to why that information is designated as confidential. Furthermore, the person must submit a non-confidential summary of the information designated as confidential or a statement indicating why such a summary cannot be made.

Written submissions, correspondence and requests for information regarding this notice should be addressed to the Registrar, Canadian International Trade Tribunal Secretariat, 333 Laurier Avenue West, 15th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7, 613-993-3595 (telephone), 613-990-2439 (fax), citt-tcce@tribunal.gc.ca (email).

Further details regarding this inquiry, including the schedule of key events, are contained in the documents entitled “Additional Information” and “Inquiry Schedule” appended to the notice of commencement of inquiry available on the Tribunal’s website at www.citt-tcce.gc.ca/en/dumping-and-subsidizing/inquiries-section-42/notices-and-schedules.

Ottawa, January 27, 2017

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

DETERMINATION

Armament

Notice is hereby given that, after completing its inquiry, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) made a determination (File No. PR-2016-035) on January 26, 2017, with respect to a complaint filed by Agence Gravel Inc. (Agence Gravel), of Québec, Quebec, pursuant to subsection 30.11(1) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. 47 (4th Supp.), concerning a procurement (Solicitation No. M8500-14R086/A) by the Department of Public Works and Government Services (PWGSC) on behalf of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The solicitation was for 7.62 mm fast-attach firearm suppressors.

Agence Gravel alleged that PWGSC’s decision to cancel the Request for a Standing Order was illegal and contravened the contract binding it to Agence Gravel.

Having examined the evidence presented by the parties and considered the provisions of the Agreement on Internal Trade, the Tribunal determined that the complaint was valid.

Further information may be obtained from the Registrar, Canadian International Trade Tribunal Secretariat, 333 Laurier Avenue West, 15th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7, 613-993-3595 (telephone), 613-990-2439 (fax), citt-tcce@tribunal.gc.ca (email).

Ottawa, January 27, 2017

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CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRIBUNAL

INQUIRY

Goods and/or services related to the Kathryn Spirit, moored in Beauharnois, Quebec

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) has received a complaint (File No. PR-2016-051) from Marine International Dragage Inc. (MID), of Sorel-Tracy, Quebec, concerning an alleged mutual agreement contract signed between the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) and an entity bearing the name Le Groupe Saint-Pierre for goods and/or services related to the Kathryn Spirit, moored in Beauharnois, Quebec. Pursuant to subsection 30.13(2) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act and subsection 7(2) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Procurement Inquiry Regulations, notice is hereby given that the Tribunal made a decision on January 24, 2017, to conduct an inquiry into the complaint.

MID alleges that the CCG entered into a mutual agreement contract instead of initiating a competitive process.

Further information may be obtained from the Registrar, Canadian International Trade Tribunal Secretariat, 333 Laurier Avenue West, 15th Floor, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0G7, 613-993-3595 (telephone), 613-990-2439 (fax), citt-tcce@tribunal.gc.ca (email).

Ottawa, January 27, 2017

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CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

NOTICE TO INTERESTED PARTIES

The Commission posts on its website the decisions, notices of consultation and regulatory policies that it publishes, as well as information bulletins and orders. On April 1, 2011, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission Rules of Practice and Procedure came into force. As indicated in Part 1 of these Rules, some broadcasting applications are posted directly on the Commission’s website, www.crtc.gc.ca, under “Part 1 Applications.”

To be up to date on all ongoing proceedings, it is important to regularly consult “Today’s Releases” on the Commission’s website, which includes daily updates to notices of consultation that have been published and ongoing proceedings, as well as a link to Part 1 applications.

The following documents are abridged versions of the Commission’s original documents. The original documents contain a more detailed outline of the applications, including the locations and addresses where the complete files for the proceeding may be examined. These documents are posted on the Commission’s website and may also be examined at the Commission’s offices and public examination rooms. Furthermore, all documents relating to a proceeding, including the notices and applications, are posted on the Commission’s website under “Public Proceedings.”

CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

ADMINISTRATIVE DECISIONS

Applicant’s name

Undertaking

City

Province

Date of decision

World Fishing Network ULC

World Fishing Network ULC

Across Canada

 

January 19, 2017

RNC MEDIA Inc.

CHOA-FM-1

Val d’Or

Quebec

January 24, 2017

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

CBCY-FM

Haileybury

Ontario

January 16, 2017

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

CKSB-7-FM

Kenora

Ontario

January 24, 2017

1490525 Ontario Inc.

Silver Screen Classics

Across Canada

 

January 26, 2017

RNC MEDIA Inc.

CHGO-FM

Val d’Or

Quebec

January 24, 2017

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

CBON-FM-2

Haileybury

Ontario

January 24, 2017

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

CBQX-FM

Kenora

Ontario

January 16, 2017

Moviola: Short Film Channel Inc.

Rewind

Across Canada

 

January 25, 2017

DECISIONS

Decision number

Publication date

Applicant’s name

Undertaking

City

Province

2017-19

January 24, 2017

Stingray Digital Group Inc.

DJAZZ

Across Canada

 

2017-20

January 24, 2017

Various licensees

Various undertakings

Across Canada

 

2017-23

January 25, 2017

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

CBKQ-FM

Dawson Creek

British Columbia

2017-24

January 25, 2017

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

CBUF-FM-7

Dawson Creek

British Columbia

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