Specific Requirements for Canada, Phases I & II
Industry Canada (IC) is the regulatory authority in Canada for radio and telecommunications equipment. Procedures for designation of US CABs (testing laboratories) under Phase-I are spelled out in REC-LAB(E), "Procedure for the Recognition of Designated Foreign Testing Laboratories by Industry Canada". The Technical Regulations for which Canada will accept test reports from recognized CABs (testing laboratories) are listed under item 1 of the PHASE I section of Annex I. This includes various parts of CS-03 (terminal equipment) only.
The procedures for recognition of foreign certification bodies (U.S. CABs) can be accessed at the Industry Canada (IC) web site. The documents CB-01 (October 2011), CB-02 (October 2011), CB-03 (June 2007) specify the recognition procedures, administrative, and technical requirements. The Technical Regulations for radio apparatus for which Canada will accept equipment certifications from recognized CABs are listed under item 1 of the PHASE II section of Annex I.
Note: REC-CB was superceded by CB-01 as of October 2011.