Mandating electronic ballistic registration of firearms
(e) Registration of non-restricted firearms is now mandatory for residents of the province of Quebec.
(f) Information on refunds for the Firearms Declaration has been added.
Note: All firearms, weapons and devices in transit through Canadian waters must be declared to the Goods listed in tariff item 98 (h), (i) and (j).
They generally include goods specifically designed or subsequently modified for military use, such as large calibre armaments, high explosive engines or any other war machine.
The basic component of a firearm to which all other components are attached.
For example, in most firearm designs the barrel is attached to the receiver and the receiver houses the trigger, breech and firing mechanisms.
To be and remain grandfathered for a particular category of prohibited firearm, the owner must continuously hold both a valid firearms licence and a valid registration certificate for that prohibited firearm within that category.
A permit issued by Global Affairs Canada under the Export and Import Permits Act that allows the import of those goods or classes of goods described on the permit.
(h) The personal exemptions for explosives have been updated to reflect legislative changes.Firearms and weapons are commodities that can impact the safety, security and welfare of Canadians.It is the policy of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) to control the flow of firearms, weapons and other devices, in order to ensure compliance by all stakeholders with existing laws, regulations and orders and seek to interdict the illegal and unjustified crossing of firearms and weapons across the border; while also streamlining the process for Assembly of component parts that carries out the necessary cycle of operation in small arms.A law made by a body that has been granted (delegated) law-making authority.It is used both to indicate a specific type of delegated legislation, as well as to refer generically to all forms of delegated legislation.