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National Technical Specifications

The Standards Council of Canada (SCC) has released a faster and cost-competitive path to standardization that helps support cutting-edge innovators. The new National Technical Specifications (TS) tool was developed with the...
Flexible Standard

National Technical Specification

A TS is a standards document developed to address the needs of a fast-paced and changing market or regulatory environment when an existing National Standard of Canada or international standard is not available. A TS can be...
Notice of Intent

Programming Languages - Technical Specification...

1 This document describes requirements for implementations of an interface that computer programs written in the C++ programming language can use to invoke algorithms with parallel execution. The algorithms described by this...
Article

New standardization frameworks add versatility...

Canadians will benefit from two new standardization options that bring more versatility to better support innovators, including those in legislative settings, seeking faster cost-competitive ways to get their cutting-edge...
Article

SCC appoints CGSB as international secretariat...

The Standards Council of Canada (SCC) is proud to appoint the Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) as the new secretariat of the ISO Technical Committee (TC) behind the world’s most widely used family of standards. ISO/TC...
Publications

Requirements & Guidance – National Adoptions ...

This document specifies the Canadian requirements and guidance to adopt International Standards, regional standards, and other international/regional deliverables. For the purposes of expediency, the acronym R&G – Adoptions...
Publications

Speaking the Same Technical Language: The Trade...

By strategically engaging in regional standardization activities, SCC can facilitate reductions in trade barriers for Canada. Reducing trade barriers without sacrificing our standards will help to promote the well-being and...