Bill C6... Threatens Canada’s Sovereignty
The Bill subjects Canadian markets and therefore Canadians to foreign governments and the interests of global corporations and organizations.
The Preamble to the Act states: “between the governments in this country and with foreign governments and international organizations”
Section 2 defines for the interpretation of the Act that government includes:
2(e) a government of a foreign state or of a subdivision of a foreign state; or
(f) an international organization of states
Section 36 gives government the power to create regulations for carrying out the purposes of the Act, including adopting regulations from:
36(2)(b) an industrial or trade organization; or
36(2)(c) a government (as defined including foreign)
36(4) A regulation made under this Act may incorporate by reference documents that the Minister produces jointly with another government for the purpose of harmonizing the regulation with other laws. (i.e. a foreign government’s laws)
Section 14 sets the recall powers and other measures of government as a result of an “incident”, with respect to a consumer product,
14(1)(d)(i) a recall or measure that is initiated for human health or safety reasons… by a foreign entity (i.e. WHO, CODEX, North American or European Unions)
Section 64 is a General Provision for greater certainty that, “orders made under this Act…are not statutory instruments within the meaning of the Statutory Instruments Act”. This means regulations and other instruments made under Bill C6 are not subject to the scrutiny and revocation of Parliament - making Health Canada, foreign governments, global corporations and international organizations free to control Canada’s markets and to dictate consumer choice.
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October 29, 2009 - source RebelsAgainstGlobalEnslavement