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Raccolta Della Linfa D Acero Maplefarm
10 May
Maple syrup, the Canadian liquid gold

The maple leaf is among the most iconic symbols of Canadian culture, which is also represented on the flag. The tradition of maple syrup, then goes back to the First Nations and today over 70% of world production is located in Canada, particularly in the...

ICCBC AI
22 Mar
Artificial intelligence: will robots have intellectual property rights?

With a valuable contribution from Lorenzo Attolico, partner of the NCTM Law Firm, we are inaugurating a research and in-depth analysis on artificial intelligence: the incredible potential of human and technological development that today is facing us in the light of the fourth industrial revolution,...

Gallottini
14 Mar
New regulation on food safety in Canada: Italian exports need clarity

Interview with Claudio Gallottini, CEO of Ita Corporation, international expert on North American food safety regulation The Centro Studi Italia Canada is closely following the recent entry into force, from 15 January 2019, of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR), the reform of the food...

President Donald Trump And Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Joint Press Conference February 13 2017
08 Mar
Multilateralism à la carte, the Canadian way

The new world geopolitical balances have weakened multilateralism in favor of national Souverainism. But relations between the European Union and Canada could built a new pragmatic bilateralism, a democratic governance built on shared values, respect for human rights, sustainable development and peaceful resolution of conflicts....

SAFE FOOD FOR CANADIAN REGULATIONS – FREE SEMINAR IN TORONTO
18 Feb
Safe Food for Canadian Regulations – FREE SEMINAR IN TORONTO

The Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) are now in force. These regulations require most food businesses to have a Safe Food for Canadians (SFC) licence to import, export or send food across provincial and territorial boundaries. Coming into force of SFCR and the SFCR import...