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May 12, 2022 – Ottawa, Ontario – Global Affairs Canada

The Government of Canada firmly supports Canada’s steel industry, and the jobs and communities that benefit from it, against unfairly traded steel imports.

Today, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development, launched public consultations to seek views on the potential collection and publication of country of melt and pour (COM) information for steel imports under Canada’s Steel Import Monitoring Program.

The consultations will provide a better understanding of the use and value of this data for stakeholders and to assess its potential application on the steel import process. Increasing surveillance over COM could increase supply chain transparency and help in obtaining a more fulsome picture of the origins of imported steel goods.

The consultations will be open until June 26, 2022, to all Canadians, including steel producers; manufacturers; processors; distributors; retailers and importers; industry associations and labour unions; small, medium, and large enterprises; academics and experts.

Please visit the Global Affairs Canada public consultations process web page to share your views.

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