Regulatory Affairs
July 18, 2019

Starting in September, the Regulatory Affairs Newsletter will be released every two weeks to allow for time to review, asses and share impacts of proposed regulatory changes with members. In case of urgent regulatory matter, the CPA will ensure to communicate with members. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Rebecca Keeler at or at 613-799-0935.

The 2019 summer edition of the Energized magazine is now available for you to read! You can also click on the image below and read how auto-propane is an efficient, low cost and high-performing alternative fuel!



The Reliable Propane Fiable©MD Commitment is aimed at enhancing risk management performance and elevating public perception about the safety and responsibility of the propane industry. Members can find out more information about the meaning of the Reliable Propane Fiable©MD Commitment and the new CPA membership branding in a section on the CPA website.

The Government of Canada is pursuing a number of initiatives to modernize the Canadian regulatory system and improve its performance for both Canadians and businesses. To inform the direction of these initiatives, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat is inviting input from all interested stakeholders.

The Office of the Fire Commissioner announced in June that they will be recognizing the design review of boilers and pressure vessels from other provinces. Registration of the Canadian Registration Number in Manitoba would still be required. Visit the Office of the Fire Commissioners website for more details.

Pro-Par Inc.
PTI - Propane Training Institute

The descriptions of the Propane Training Institute Courses are back on the CPA Website. The CPA encourages you to visit the section and to look at the training programs and learning objectives covered.

Free Access to CSA Standards

The CSA Group has launched an online platform that allows registered users free access to Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) safety standards published by CSA Group referenced in federal TDG regulations. Users can now log into Communities of Interest and register to find the TDG View Access site here.

The official publication of the Environmental Emergency Regulations (E2 Regulations), 2019 in the Canada Gazette, Part II, occurred on March 6, 2019. The E2 Regulations will come into force on August 24, 2019.

Recently at the CSA Technical Committee meetings on Tanks and Portable Tanks for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods, Transport Canada provided several regulatory updates. 

New editions of standards CSA B339, CSA B340, CSA B341 and CSA B342 are effective since December 31, 2018.

RegO Company
Flexmaster Canada Limited
ValvTect Petroleum Products
Lock America, Inc

Date: September 5-7

Location: Red Deer, AB

Date: September 10

Location: Langley, BC

Date: June 9-11, 2020
Location: London, ON

Affinity Partners