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GS1 Canada News and Updates


GS1 Canada Appoints Two New Executives
Commitment to the safety, sustainability and efficiency of Canada's supply chain continues to grow, as the following two industry leaders join GS1 Canada's Board of Governors.
Health Level Seven International® (HL7®) has re-iterated its support of GS1
by joining more than 50 leading healthcare stakeholders from around the world in signing an endorsement paper that supports the adoption of »

As a result of GS1 Canada's adherence with the new Canada Not–for–Profit Corporation Act ("New Act"), the following changes to terminology are currently in effect: the terms 'GS1 Canada Member' and 'GS1 Canada Membership' will change to 'GS1 Canada Subscriber' and 'GS1 Canada Subscription'. GS1 Canada will continue under the New Act with minimal changes. Provision of an organization's GS1 Canada Licence or GS1 Company Prefix Licence and any additional GS1 Canada service subscriptions are not impacted by the new legislation.

All content on this website is currently in the process of being updated with an anticipated completion date of July 1, 2014.