Regulated products

Things to know

  • Electronic devices– regulated provincially
  • Wireless devices
  • Food
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Biologics
  • Natural health products
  • Medical devices
  • Cosmetics
  • Medical cannabis
  • Motor vehicles
  • Child car seats
  • Cribs, cradles, bassinets
  • Tobacco
  • Electronic cigarettes/Vaping products – 

legislation not in force yet

  • Liquor – labelling requirements, provincial rules 

and regulations (such as manufacturing)

  • Firearms
  • Pest control products
  • Consumer chemicals
  • Children’s jewellery
  • Toys
  • Clothing
  • Upholstered or stuffed articles – Regulated 

provincially in Ontario(under review), 

Manitoba and Québec

Additional items (not a full list): carriages and strollers, tents, pacifiers, corded window coverings, glass  ceramics and glassware, kettles, lighters, matches, mattresses, playpens, smoke detectors, paints and coverings.

Things to do

  • Identify if Canada has product-specific regulations that apply to your products or services  (if necessary by retaining subject matter experts).
  • Ensure that your products are designed, manufactured, labelled and distributed in compliance  with any applicable regulations.

Canada Company Registration

Company Formations Canada offers fast and easy company registration in Canada for non-Canadian residents and foreign companies wishing to operate and do business in Canada.

Register a new company in Canada as a non-Canadian resident

Register a foreign company in Canada

Canada Registered agent services for foreign companies and non-Canadian residents.

Canada Nominee director services for foreign companies and non-Canadian residents.

Shared from: Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt llp Publication

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