Ted Menzies moved, — That the amendment be further amended by replacing section a) with the following:
“who is certified under section 25 in accordance with the procedure established under Schedule I.”
That as a consequence of the subamendment, that Bill C-24, in Clause 16, be amended by replacing line 8 on page 12 with the following:
“name is set out in schedule II is exempt from”
That as a consequence of the subamendment, that Bill C-24, in Clause 16, be amended by replacing line 14 on page 12 with the following:
“regulation, amend schedule II by adding,”
That as a consequence of the subamendment, that Bill C-24, in the schedule, be amended by replacing line 1 on page 100 with the following:
That as a consequence of the subamendment, that Bill C-24 be amended by adding the following Schedule I at line 27 on page 99:
1. The CRA shall administer, control and verify the requirements associated with certifying a Person as an Independent Manufacturer of Remanufactured Softwood Lumber Products (“Independent Remanufacturer” for purposes of the SLA 2006.
2. In order to be certified as an Independent Remanufacturer, a company must provide an application to the CRA that includes:
(a) provincial certification that it does not hold Crown tenure rights and, after the Effective Date, has not acquired standing timber directly from the Crown in any province other than a Maritime province or other excluded province;
(b) certification that it is not an Associated Person in respect of a company that holds provincial Crown tenure rights or that has acquired standing timber directly from the Crown; and
(c) a list of Remanufactured Softwood Lumber Products that it expects to produce in the next Year.
3. A certification shall be valid only for such times as the company satisfies the conditions for certification specified in paragraphs 2(a) and (b). A company's exports shall only qualify for the treatment referred to in Article VII(7) as of the date that Canada provides notice to the United States that it has certified the company pursuant to paragraph 2. The exports of a certified Independent Remanufacturer may be disqualified from receiving such treatment if Canada decertifies the company or if an arbitration tribunal pursuant to Article XIV finds that: (a) a company is not an Independent Remanufacturer or (b) the product that the company is exporting is not a Remanufactured Softwood Lumber Product.
4. At the request of either Party, the Parties shall consult on whether to amend the SLA 2006 for purposes of further addressing Remanufactured Softwood Lumber Products based on an assessment of the overall effect of the SLA 2006.
5. No later than 60 days after the end of each Quarter, for each Region that exported Remanufactured Softwood Lumber Products to the United States during the Quarter, Canada shall provide to the United States the weighted-average yield loss percentage used to determine the Export Price for the Softwood Lumber Products incorporated into Remanufactured Softwood Lumber Products exported to the United States from the Region.”