Canada Pesticide Registration Overview 2017

  • ID: 4421337
  • Report
  • Region: Canada
  • 131 pages
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This unique report is fundamental reading for those interested in discovering the
regulation and registration processes for pesticides in Canada.

Agriculture is a primary contributor to the Canadian economy. In 2016, agriculture had an
output of CAD 28,713 million and Canada was the 8th largest agrochemical market
globally. Forecast data indicates that agrochemical sales will increase annually at a rate
of 2.3%, indicating a potentially lucrative market.

This report will provide you with insight regarding:
  • Canada’s Agricultural Status
  • Legislation
  • Functions of the Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA)
  • Current use and market of pesticides
  • Market potential
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Executive summary

Chapter 1: Introduction to Canadian Agriculture and Pesticide Market
1.1 Overview of Agriculture in Canada
1.1.1 Farm area
1.1.2 Main field cropland
1.2 Agricultural Geography
1.2.1 Spatial extent of Canadian agricultural activity
1.2.2 Farms
1.2.3 Main field crops
1.2.4 Horticulture
1.3 Agricultural Meteorology
1.3.1 Temperature change in Canada
1.3.2 Precipitation change in Canada
1.4 Agricultural Irrigation
1.5 Main Field and Special Crops and Their Yield
1.5.1 Seeded area
1.5.2 Crop Production
1.6 Pesticide Value by Crops and Product Type
1.6.1 Overall market
1.6.2 Herbicide market
1.6.3 Insecticide market

Chapter 2: Regulation and Legal System of Pesticide Registration in Canada
2.1 PMRA (Pest Management Regulatory Agency)
2.2 PCPA (Pest Control Products Act)
2.2.1 Clause 7 of products registration or amendment
2.2.2 Clause 8 of products registration or amendment
2.3 Pesticide Registration Process in Canada
2.3.1 Overview of the pesticide registration process
2.3.2 Pre-submission consultation
2.3.3 Submission receipt
2.3.4 Screening
2.3.5 Science review
2.3.6 Decision making & consultation
2.3.7 Registration
2.3.8 Re-valuation
2.3.9 Special review

Chapter 3: Data Requirements for Category A Registration
3.1 Data Requirements
3.2 Information Requirements of Label
3.2.1 Background
3.2.2 Purpose
3.2.3 Scope
3.2.4 Format for Submitting Labels
3.2.4.1 Start with MS Word or Open Office
3.2.4.2 Incorporate the Track Changes
3.2.4.3 Insert Headers
3.2.5 Providing an Attestation
3.2.6 Validity Period
3.2.7 Receipt and Posting of the Approved Labels
3.2.8 Transition Period
3.2.9 Questions/Contact
3.3 Time Schedule of Category A Applications

Chapter 4: Data Requirements for Category B Registration
4.1 Overview of Data Requirements
4.2 Data Requirements of TGAI or ISP
4.3 Data Requirements of MA or EP

Chapter 5: Data Protection
5.1 Overview of Data Protection
5.2 Process of Data Protection Application
5.3 Clauses of Data Protection Application (Pest Control Products Regulations, Section 17)
Chapter 6: Overview of Pesticide Registrations in 2016
Appendix
Appendix 1 Form 6003
Appendix 2 Check list of document required for an application
Appendix 3 Form 6011
Appendix 4 Form 6005
Appendix 5 Form 6023
Appendix 6 Data requirement of USC #14 registration in Category A
Appendix 7 Preparing Labels Using MS Word or Open Office
Appendix 8 Examples of Different Label Component Types
Appendix 9 Submission Process flowchart
Appendix 10 Data requirement of the product registration in Category B
Appendix 11 Principal online resources of pest control products registration

List of Figures
Figure 1: Total farm area and cropland area in Canada, 1921 to 2016
Figure 2: Spatial Extent of Canadian Agricultural Activity, 2011
Figure 3: Average farm area in acres, by province
Figure 4: Number of farms by province
Figure 5: Main field crops (excluding hay) in acres, by province
Figure 6: Main horticulture farm types by value
Figure 7: Annual average temperature change, 1948 to 2014
Figure 8: Regional average temperature change, 2014
Figure 9: Annual average precipitation change, 1948 to 2014
Figure 10: Regional average precipitation change, 2014
Figure 11: Pesticide sales value (%) by different classes, 2016
Figure 12: Flowchart of the registration process
Figure 13: Assessment of risk and value process
Figure 14: Process of the risk management
Figure 15: Process of data protection application
Figure 16: Canadian registration process
Figure 17: Number of registered technical products submitted from MNCs, 2017
Figure 18: Number of registered commercial products submitted from MNCs, 2017

List of Tables
Table 1: Gross domestic product at basic prices
Table 2: Largest field crops and hay in Canada, 2016
Table 3: Percentage of irrigating farms by crop type and irrigation method, 2014
Table 4: Seeded areas (1,000 ha) of field and special crops (in thousand of hectares)
Table 5: The productions of field and special crops (in thousands of tons)
Table 6: Conventional agrochemical market performance: 2016/2021F
Table 7: Total market values by classes and crops in 2016
Table 8: Top 10 active ingredients in 2015
Table 9: Top 10 herbicide active ingredients sold in Canada in 2015
Table 10: Top 10 herbicides on cereals in Canada, 2016
Table 11: Top 10 herbicides on canola in Canada, 2016
Table 12: Top 10 insecticide active ingredients sold in Canada in 2015
Table 13: Top 10 insecticides on cereals in Canada, 2016
Table 14: Top 10 insecticides on canola in Canada, 2016
Table 15: Top 10 fungicide active ingredients sold in Canada in 2015
Table 16: Top 10 fungicides on cereals in Canada, 2016
Table 17: Top 10 fungicides on canola in Canada, 2016
Table 18: Scope of products registered at PMRA
Table 19: Category A Submission Performance Timelines in Number of Calendar Days
Table 20: Fee for the TGAI application in category B
Table 21: Fee of the EP application in category B
Table 22: Category B Submission Performance Timelines in Number of Calendar Days
Table 23: The approach of different jurisdictions to regulatory data protection
Table 24: The registration situation of top 10 conventional ais in Canada, 2015
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