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WEBINAR: Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) initiating targeted Regulatory Review around clean technology

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As the whole-of-government focal point for clean technology, the Clean Growth Hub would like to inform you that the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) has initiated a targeted Regulatory Review in the area of clean technology and is seeking your input.

Announced in Budget 2018, the three-year Targeted Regulatory Review process explores ways to enable more agile, transparent and responsive regulations, while continuing to protect the health and safety of Canadians and the environment.

In doing so, the Government is asking Canadians identify regulatory impediments and opportunities to support innovation and modernization. The current round of regulatory reviews will focus on (1) Clean technology, (2) Digitalization and technology neutrality, and (3) International standards.

For further information on the clean technology Regulatory Review, we invite you to attend our webinar scheduled for Wednesday, August 7, 2019 from 1PM to 2PM Eastern Standard Time. The webinar will be supported by Natural Resources Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada.

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