MANAGING NRCAN DATA UNDER Single Window

Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN) will have new data requirements under Single Window. Prepare today, to ensure compliance.

Natural Resources Canada develops policies and programs that enhance the contribution of the natural resources sector to the Canadian economy and improve the quality of life for all Canadians.

More specifically, Natural Resources Canada is responsible for the following:

  • List of Acts and Regulations
  • Forward Regulatory Plan 2018-2020
  • Regulatory Cooperation Council
  • Service Standards for High-Volume Regulatory Authorizations
  • Interpretation Policy
  • Administrative Burden Baseline
  • Departmental Actions to respond to the Red Tape Reduction Commission’s Recommendations Report

For Single Window, there are three government programs that fall under NRCAN:

  • Office of Energy Efficiency
  • Explosives
  • Kimberley Process (Rough Diamonds)

For information about the data element rationales for the above Programs, visit:
https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/prog/sw-gu/data/nrc-rnc-eng.html#s1.

Intended use and Program conditions

Conditions may apply to determine if data needs to be submitted to Natural Resources Canada for the above programs. For details about these program conditions, please refer to the info sheets below.

More information

For more information about the Programs overseen by Natural Resources Canada, and data requirements under Single Window, download the info sheets:

Office of energy efficiencyExplosivesKimberley process

Trust Livingston with your NRCAN imports

The customs and trade experts at Livingston are here to help. With a full staff of Canadian regulatory affairs experts, we know the NRCAN requirements in detail, and are ready to help ensure your compliance is maintained.

Livingston is committed to a seamless SWI integration process for our current customers, and we are ready to support new customers with their SWI needs, including their NRCAN and other PGA requirements.

We endeavor to keep the information on this page up to date and correct, however some details may have changed since our last update. Content on this page was last updated on November 12, 2018.