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Canada. 2014 ‘Import Control List of Goods.’ Export and Import Permits Act R.S.C., 1985, c. E-19 (Act Current to 30 August 2015) (Section 5), pp. 6-12. Ottawa ON: Senate and House of Commons of Canada. 1 October

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Establishment of Control Lists

Import Control List of Goods

5. (1) The Governor in Council may establish a list of goods, to be called an Import Control List, including therein any article the import of which the Governor in Council deems it necessary to control for any of the following purposes:

(a) to ensure, in accordance with the needs of Canada, the best possible supply and distribution of an article that is scarce in world markets or in Canada or is subject to governmental controls in the countries of origin or to allocation by intergovernmental arrangement…

(c.1) to restrict the importation of arms, ammunition, implements or munitions of war, army, naval or air stores, or any articles deemed capable of being converted thereinto or made useful in the production thereof…

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