Ferme Lancjeu Inc. v. Canada (CBSA), 2005 CanLII 78725

In this case, the Applicant, Ferme Lancjeu Inc., requested a review of the facts of a violation of provision 138(2)(a) of the Health of Animals Regulations, alleged by the Respondent, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The Respondent alleged that the Applicant’s Holstein cow suffered unduly prior to being loaded for transportation, contrary to s. 138(2)(a).

Following an oral hearing and a review of the written submissions of the parties including the report of the Respondent, the Tribunal, by order, determines the Applicant did not commit the violation.

Source: Case Law

Jurisdiction: Canada (Federal)


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