Plant Protection Regulations

Version of section 40 from 2013-04-18 to 2020-07-28:

  •  (1) The Canadian customs offices and Agency offices at the following places are designated as places of entry where things shall be presented for inspection and admittance to Canada:

    • (a) in Ontario,

      • (i) Brampton,

      • (ii) Cornwall,

      • (iii) Fort Erie,

      • (iv) Fort Frances,

      • (v) Hamilton,

      • (vi) Lansdowne,

      • (vii) London,

      • (viii) Niagara Falls,

      • (ix) Ottawa (including Macdonald-Cartier International Airport),

      • (x) Prescott,

      • (xi) Rainy River,

      • (xii) Sarnia,

      • (xiii) Sault Ste. Marie,

      • (xiv) Thunder Bay (Pigeon River),

      • (xv) Toronto (Front Street, Interport Suffarence Warehouse, Midcontinent Truck Terminal, Lester B. Pearson International Airport and Suffarence Truck Terminal),

      • (xvi) Welland, and

      • (xvii) Windsor (Ambassador Bridge and Detroit/Windsor Tunnel);

    • (b) in Quebec,

      • (i) Armstrong,

      • (ii) Huntingdon,

      • (iii) Lacolle, route 15,

      • (iv) Montreal (Place d’Youville, Dorval International Airport, Mirabel International Airport and CAN PAC International Freight Services),

      • (v) Quebec City,

      • (vi) Rock Island, route 55, and

      • (vii) Saint-Armand-Philipsburg;

    • (c) in Nova Scotia,

      • (i) Halifax (Ralston Building and Halifax International Airport),

      • (ii) Sydney, and

      • (iii) Yarmouth;

    • (d) in New Brunswick,

    • (e) in Manitoba,

      • (i) Boissevain,

      • (ii) Emerson,

      • (iii) Gretna, and

      • (iv) Winnipeg (Main Street and Winnipeg International Airport);

    • (f) in British Columbia,

      • (i) Huntingdon,

      • (ii) Kingsgate,

      • (iii) Osoyoos,

      • (iv) Pacific Highway (Highway 15),

      • (v) Sidney (including Victoria Airport),

      • (vi) Vancouver (Customs Commercial Operations, International Marine Operations and Vancouver International Airport), and

      • (vii) Victoria;

    • (g) in Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown;

    • (h) in Saskatchewan,

    • (i) in Alberta,

      • (i) Calgary (Calgary International Airport and Harry Hays Building),

      • (ii) Coutts, and

      • (iii) Edmonton (including Edmonton International Airport); and

    • (j) in Newfoundland and Labrador,

      • (i) Corner Brook,

      • (ii) Gander (including Gander International Airport), and

      • (iii) St. John’s (including St. John’s Airport).

  • (2) A thing shall be presented at a place of entry set out in subsection (1) during regular working hours fixed by the Minister.

  • (3) An inspector or customs officer may require in writing that any thing entering Canada be directed to another place of entry or place inside Canada, for the purpose of inspecting the thing.

  • (4) Where, pursuant to subsection (3), an inspector or customs officer has required a thing to be directed to another place of entry or place inside Canada, no person shall

    • (a) move the thing to any place except the place indicated; or

    • (b) open any conveyance or unpack any package containing the thing, except as authorized by any inspector or customs officer.

  • SOR/97-151, s. 29
  • SOR/97-292, s. 32
  • SOR/2013-70, s. 2
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