Wild Animal and Plant Trade Regulations, SOR/92-263

The Wild Animal and Plant Trade Regulations prescribe import, export and interprovincial transport requirements and definitions. It also outlines possession exemptions and conditions with respect to commercial purpose, household effects, personal effects (tourist souvenir, hunting trophy) and pets. Attached to the Regulations as Schedule I are the animals listed as fauna and the plants listed as flora in the appendices to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

The enabling statute for these Regulations is the Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act, SC 1992, c 52.

Source: Legislation

Jurisdiction: Canada (Federal)

Topics: bearcaviarcommercial purposecranefaunaflorahousehold effectshunthuntinghunting trophypersonal effectspetsouvenirsturgeontourist souvenirtrophy

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