ANNEX V
                            Schedule of Canada


SECTOR: Communication Industries

SUB-SECTOR: Postal Services

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 4841 Postal Service Industry

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Canada Post Corporation Act, R.S.C.,
		c. C-10

		Letter Definition Regulations, 
		SOR/83-481 

DESCRIPTION: Canada Post Corporation has the
exclusive privilege to collect,
transmit and deliver "letters", as
defined in the Letter Definition
Regulations, addressed in the
territory of Canada, and its assent is
required in order for other persons to
sell stamps.

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SECTOR: Communications

SUB-SECTOR: Radiocommunications

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: CPC 752 Telecommunication 

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Radiocommunication Act, R.S.C. 1985,
		c.R-2; as amended by S.C 1989 c.1,
		c.17, ss. 5, 6

DESCRIPTION: A person desiring to operate a private
radio transmission system must obtain
a licence from the Department of
Communications.  The issuance of such
licence is subject to spectrum
availability and policies regarding
its use.  In general, priority is
given to the use of spectrum for the
purpose of developing non-private
networks. 


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SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Electricity Transmission 

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: National Energy Board Act, R.S.C.,
		1985, c. N-6

DESCRIPTION: Under Part III of the Act,
construction and operation of
international electricity transmission
lines may require approval by the
National Energy Board.  


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SECTOR: Energy

SUB-SECTOR: Oil and Gas Transportation

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: [To be provided]

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: National Energy Board Act R.S.C., 1985 c. N-6

DESCRIPTION: The approval of the National Energy
Board (NEB) is required for the
construction and operation of all
interprovincial or international
pipelines for the transmission of oil
or gas.  A public hearing must be held
and a certificate of public
convenience and necessity issued where
the pipeline in question is longer
than 40 kilometers.  Pipelines shorter
than 40 kilometers may be authorized
by an order without a public hearing. 
All modifications to and extension of
pipelines must be approved by the
Board.

Part IV of the Act requires that all
tolls for the transmission of oil and
gas on NEB-regulated pipelines and all
tariff matters shall be filed with or
approved by the NEB. A public hearing
may be held in considering toll and
tariff matters.

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SECTOR: Food, Beverages and Drug Industries, Retail

SUB-SECTOR: Liquor, Wine and Beer Stores

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: 6021 Liquor Stores 
			 6022 Wine Stores
			 6023 Beer Stores

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal

LEGAL CITATION: Importation of Intoxicating Liquors
		Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. I-3

DESCRIPTION: The Importation of Intoxicating
Liquors Act gives each provincial
government an import monopoly on any
intoxicating liquors entering its
territory.

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SECTOR: Transportation

SUB-SECTOR: Land Transportation 

INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION: SIC 457 Public Passenger Transit  Systems

LEVEL OF GOVERNMENT: Federal (administration delegated to provinces)

LEGAL CITATION: National Transportation Act, 1987, R.S.C., 1985, c. 28 
		(3rd Supp.)

DESCRIPTION: Provincial transport boards have been
delegated the authority to permit
persons to provide extra-provincial
(inter-provincial and cross-border)
bus services in their respective
provinces on the same basis as local
bus services.  All provinces, except
New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island
and Yukon, permit the provision of
local and extra-provincial bus
services on the basis of a public
convenience and necessity test.