The Chemicals Management Plan Stakeholder Advisory Council is a multi-stakeholder group that contributes to the implementation of the Chemicals Management Plan (CMP). The purpose of the Council is to provide stakeholders the opportunity to offer advice and input to Government on the implementation of the CMP, and to foster dialogue on issues pertaining to the CMP between stakeholders and government, and among different stakeholder groups. Issues may include risk assessment, risk management, risk communications, monitoring, research, indicators of success, chemical policy, and other cross-cutting, integrated activities across the CMP. The group holds a minimum of two meetings per year. Its current mandate is from April 2011 until March 31, 2016. Members represent National Aboriginal organizations, Consumer groups, Environment Non-Government Organizations, Health Non-Government Organizations and Industry (including associations, producers, users with a specific focus on downstream industry).