Canada has begun publishing the names of companies in violation of the country’s food, animal and plant-supply regulations. Reportedly aimed at improving accountability and transparency, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA’s) Website initiative now publishes such information as the (i) “food imports that have been refused entry into Canada”; (ii) “federally registered food establishments whose licenses have been suspended, cancelled or reinstated”; and (iii) “notices of violations with warning and penalties, including identifying repeat offenders of animal transport regulations.” See CFIA Press Release, March 16, 2011.