Cabinet Directive on Regulation (CDR)

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The Cabinet Directive on Regulation (CDR)

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Guidance, Templates and Tools for Regulators

The Cabinet Directive on Regulation (the CDR) sets out the Government of Canada’s expectations and requirements in the development, management, and review of federal regulations. It is supported by four policies approved by the President of the Treasury Board. This page provides guidance, templates, and tools for regulators to help them meet the requirements of the CDR. It provides resources for both new and experienced regulators.

Regulatory Policies

Regulatory Guidance

Documents will be updated as they are finalized and approved by TBS-Regulatory Affairs Sector