THE JOURNAL OF EXPORT CONTROLS AND SANCTIONS

Issue 83, October 2019

Canada’s new export brokering regime 

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  By by Geoffrey C. Kubrick, Jonathan O'Hara, Chris Scheitterlein and Thomas van den Hoogen, McMillan www.mcmillan.ca   On 17 September 2019, Canada will formally become a State Party to the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty that regulates the international trade in conventional arms, which range from small arms to battle tanks, combat aircraft and warships. In preparation for Canada’s accession, the government has made significant amendments to the Export and Import Permits Act (‘EIPA’)1 to broaden Canada’s traditional export control regime. The amendments aim to make Canada’s regulatory regime compliant with international obligations under the Arms Trade Treaty. The...



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