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Import Permits Online At ‘My CFIA’

August 27, 2019:

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced that import permits for equine can now be accessed via the organization’s ‘My CFIA’ service, which is the agency’s secure and convenient online service on

Equine Anemia Case Confirmed In Alberta

December 27, 2017:

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency recently confirmed a case of Equine Infectious Anemia in on

Quarantine After Equine Anemia Positive

October 24, 2017:

On October 19, a positive Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) result was confirmed by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) national reference laboratory for a horse located on premises in Lacombe County, on

Equine Infectious Anemia Report

October 20, 2016:

A report from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) provides an update from the working group tasked to design a national framework on Equine Infectious Anemia on

Input Sought On Biosecurity Standards

April 29, 2015:

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), in collaboration with Equine Canada, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) and other partner organizations, is working to develop a farm and facility-level biosecurity standard that will help protect Canada's equine industry from animal on

CBSA / CFIA Trade Consultation Session

October 8, 2013:

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), in conjunction with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is hosting a trade consultation session via WebEx with a focus on the importation of products regulated by the on

ORC: Horses From Texas, New Mexico Require Import Permit

January 28, 2011:

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), which regulates all cross border shipment of animals from the U.S, has announced that all horses coming from Texas and New Mexico must be accompanied with an import permit. This move has been prompted by the discovery of some pockets of equine piroplasmosis infections in these on

CEM Update On Trot Radio

December 18, 2009:

An outbreak of contagious equine metritis (CEM) in the United States in 2008 sent Canadian breeders scrambling to find answers and solutions to red-tape border issues earlier this on

Import Permits And USDA Health Certificates Required For Equine Semen And Embryos From U.S.

February 2, 2009:

Effective January 30, 2009, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced that an import permit is now required for the importation of semen and embryos from the U.S. into Canada. These revised import restrictions are a result of the expanding investigation into Contagious Equine Metritis (CEM) in the on

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