As of November 6, 2019 Health Canada has approved the use of L-lysine hydrochloride in certain types of snack food (those made from dough where the main ingredient is dried potatoes or wheat flour) to inhibit acrylamide formation. You can find further details here:...
Health Canada has recently evaluated and approved the use of Steviol glycosides from Saccharomyces cerevisiae CD15380 and CD15407 in a variety of foods, in alignment with the current permitted uses of steviol glycosides from Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni.
A May 2019 amendment to Annex I of the Food Additive 'Acuerdo' - ANEXO I Aditivos con diversas clases funcionales y con una IDA establecida - permits the use of tocopherols with INS 306 (a)(b)(c) in food supplements.
Effective April 3rd, Health Canada is allowing the use of steviol glycosides from Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni in canned fruits products.These are already allowed in various food products as a sweetener. Further details of the changes can be found here:
The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) is planning to withdraw ten food additives from the current list of existing food additives. It is noted that these are no longer distributed in Japan.
You can find the list of affected additives here: