Using Technology & Analytics to Modernize Regulatory Functions and Support Supply Chains

10/06/22 - 10/06/22

Online Webinar 

12:00 PM EST
2 Credits (category CE-4)
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This webinar is offered in English

The Government of Canada is currently leveraging digital technology and analytics to develop a Regulatory Evaluation Platform.

The Platform is designed to increase the accessibility of regulatory information by enabling the navigation of the entire federal regulatory inventory.

The Platform includes search functions designed to assist the user with the identification of regulatory requirements relevant to specific industry sectors.

The Platform also enables the assessment of the regulatory cumulative impact on select industry sectors by applying macroeconomic models to regulatory outputs.

Transport Canada is leading this initiative in partnership with KPMG and several federal departments. 

Next phase of work includes:

  • The creation of an industry interface to improve access for businesses to regulatory information
  • Improving the access to standards referenced in federal regulations
  • Exploring a solution for the assessment of regulatory cumulative impact on supply chains.

The session could also include a short demonstration of the REP Prototype if there is interest.

Mylaine Des Rosiers
Director, Office of Regulatory Policy & Innovation Transport Canada

Mylaine Des Rosiers is an experienced federal regulator specialized in the transportation sector, working for the Government of Canada. She is currently the Director of the Office of Regulatory Policy & Innovation for Transport Canada. Called to the Quebec Bar in 1993 after obtaining her LL.L. from the University of Ottawa, she focused her practice on litigation and taught law at the Law Faculty, Ottawa University and the Quebec Bar School. She joined the federal Government in 2001 as a civil aviation regulator for Transport Canada. In 2018, she led the development of a Regulatory Roadmap on Innovation and Investment for the transportation sector and created the Transport Canada Office of Regulatory Policy and Innovation. In her current role as director, she leads a team of dedicated regulators mandated to modernize rule-making and proactively address regulatory barriers to innovation in the transportation sector.


Transport Canada is developing a digital platform to modernize key regulatory functions and improve the access to regulatory information both for regulators and businesses. 

The solution contains the digitized inventory of federal legislation and regulations and is designed to enable the assessment of regulatory cumulative impact on select industry sectors.

Consultation with interested business organizations and associations for the design of the industry interface will take place in the Fall 2022.

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