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View Full Agenda here: The Food & Beverage Industry in Canada
- REGULATORY OVERVIEW
- CHANGES IN US LAW: HOW DO THEY AFFECT THE CANADIAN FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY?
- FEDERAL FOOD REGULATORY INITIATIVES
- RESTAURANT AND FOOD SERVICE: TOP ISSUES FOR 2017
- ANIMAL HEALTH – IS THERE A NEW APPROACH BY CFIA?
Wendy Baker, QC, Partner, Miller Thomson LLP
Cathrine Bate, Partner, Miller Thomson LLP
Jeff Grubb, Partner, Miller Thomson LLP
Kelly Harris, Associate, Miller Thomson LLP
Eugenia Bouras, Associate, Miller Thomson, LLP
Mogan Camley, Partner, Miller Thomson, LLP
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LAW SOCIETY OF ALBERTA
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