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This is what we heard in response to our online consultation question: "In day-to-day business, what is the most frustrating example of federal regulatory red tape that you have encountered, and what should be done to fix red tape in this area?"

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The lack of pesticides available in canada compared to the USA. it would be great if the PMRA would speed up their process to approve newer products sooner. The PMRA keeps taking products away and not allowing replacements.

- anonymous

After 7 years in business we finally grew enough last year to exceed the "small supplier" exemption threshold of $30K. This means we must now invoice, collect, remit and account for HST. Read More...

- Small supplier with BIG problems.

The most frustrating issue for us is : the lack of pesticides we can use compared to producers in the US. We operate a specialty farm and because we represent a very small market to the pesticide producers, it is not feasable for them to get registration because of the red tape they deal with. Read More...

- Name withheld.

The most frustrating issue is with appoval of specific products for use in Canada. In the Golf communitee we face multiple challenges and our goal is always to provide exceptional services to our clientel with a minimal impact on the environment. Read More...

- Patrick Legg

Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) - outdated computer systems - unable to accurately reflect employees authorized to deal with company issues - insist on using "My Business Account" - refuse to see the biggest limitation with this system is that a director of the company must provide personal information to CRA to set this up for the company Read More...

- anonymous
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