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Publication List Using "animal diseases"

  A Conceptual Comparative Analysis Between the British and Canadian Mad Cow Crisis: The Cost of Learning
(Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy) As evidenced by the British and Canadian BSE crises, the emergence of complex diseases in the food chain globally has made food safety policy vitally important. This paper compares and analyzes the events that occurred within the British and Canadian beef industries.
  OC 425/2013 - The Control of Animal Disease Amendment Regulations, 2013 (Minister of Agriculture)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 426/2013 - The Diseases of Domestic Game Farm Animals Amendment Regulations, 2013 (Minister of Agriculture)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  OC 499/2015 - University of Saskatchewan (Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative) Funding Agreement for $12,000 – Collecting and Testing Big Game Tissues for the Prevalence of Diseases (Chronic Wasting Disease) (Minister of Environment)
(Cabinet Secretariat) .
  SR274/75 - The Control of Animal Disease Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Diseases of Animals Act, 1966
  SR274/75 Form A - Quarantine Notice
(Publications Saskatchewan) extracted from The Control of Animal Disease Regulations, pursuant to [Section 6]
  SR274/75 Form B - Valuation of Livestock Ordered Destroyed
(Publications Saskatchewan) extracted from The Control of Animal Disease Regulations, pursuant to [Section 9]
  SR274/75 Form C - Compensation for Labour and Materials
(Publications Saskatchewan) extracted from The Control of Animal Disease Regulations, pursuant to [Section 10]