From the CBC:

The federal government said Tuesday its new Product of Canada regulations will roll out for goods produced after Dec. 31…

Prime Minister Stephen Harper in May announced new guidelines regulating the use of the Product of Canada label. Under current Canadian law, if 51 per cent of the production costs were incurred in Canada and the last substantial transformation of the product occurred in Canada, it is legal to use those labels.

The revised guidelines require that all major ingredients and labour used to make the product come from Canada.

Harper said under the new guidelines, if a product is to be marketed as made in Canada, the product must be manufactured or processed in Canada.

Products may contain non-Canadian contents but must indicate it contains imported ingredients or materials.

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