Two Canadian departments have published a notice of intent to amend the country’s New Substance Notification Regulations for chemicals and polymers to promote reduced reliance on animal testing. The notice stems from a broader push in the Canadian government to reduce animal testing.
The Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA) acts as the overarching force behind chemical and environmental regulation in Canada. CEPA came into force in 2000 and has been amended several times in the interim.
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