Smart regulation :: CP22-78/2004E

a regulatory strategy for Canada /

This is the final report of the External Advisory Committee on Smart Regulation. The committee’s task was to identify how to improve the regulatory system in Canada to sustain Canada’s well-being into the future. The report sets out a vision and principles for smart regulations; recommendations for drafting a new federal regulatory strategy; and recommendations for smart regulation in various sectors of the economy, including manufacturing and product approval, biotechnology/life sciences, and oil and gas exploration and development.

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Department/Agency Privy Council Office.
Title Smart regulation :
Subtitle a regulatory strategy for Canada /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Paper
Other Formats Electronic-[English]
Note "The External Advisory Committee on Smart Regulation recommends major shifts in perspective and practice in this report. Canada has a sound regulatory foundation. But the Committee has found that the regulatory system is being challenged daily to be more effective, responsive, cost-efficient, transparent and accountable to Canadians."--Page 9, Overview.
Date 2004.
Binding Spiral binding
Number of Pages 145p. ;
Dimensions 28 cm.
ISBN 0-662-38038-X
Catalogue Number
  • CP22-78/2004E
Subject Terms Administrative services, Ministers