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In addition to the United Nations sanctions Canada has imposed the following:
Canadian Sanctions Related to Belarus
Canadian Sanctions Related to Russia
Canadian sanctions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
The Special Economic Measures (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) Regulations which entered into force on 31 August 2011, subject to certain exceptions, include:
Canadian sanctions against Myanmar
Sanctions are specified under the Special Economic Measures (Burma) Regulations which entered into force on 13 December 2007.
The current sanctions include:
Canadian sanctions against Iran
Canada imposed new sanctions on Iran under the Special Economic Measures Act (SEMA). These sanctions were in addition to existing sanctions passed by the United Nations Security Council and entered into force on 22 July 2010.
On 29 May 2013 Canada announced an immediate ban on all imports to and exports from Iran, subject to certain exemptions; and added a further 30 individuals and 82 entities to Canada's list of designated persons with whom dealings are prohibited under the Special Economic Measures Act. With these new measures, the total number of designated persons rises to 78 individuals and 508 entities.
Except where designated individuals and entities are involved, exemptions are provided for activities that safeguard human life, provide disaster relief, food or medicine and the new exemptions for equipment, services and software that facilitate secure and widespread communications via information technologies; goods used to purify water for civilian and public health purposes, and for the provision of listed medical equipment; and expand the existing exemptions for the provision of legal services.
Canadian sanctions against Syria
Sanctions are specified under the Special Economic Measures (Syria) Regulations which were last amended on 28 November 2012.
Some of the sanctions include:
For a complete list of sanctions please see Special Economic Measures (Syria) Regulations below.
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Canadian FSMC ( formerly known as AGM) regulations are issued by the Canada Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) . Asian Gypsy Moth (AGM) has been changed to Flighted Spongy Moth Complex (FSMC) due to change of name effected in 2022.
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BIMCO provides up-to-date information on the Asian gypsy moth season (AGM) 2021. ** ASIAN GYPSY MOTH IS NOW KNOWN AS FLIGHTED SPONGY MOTH COMPLEX ** Not all countries have introduced the new name yet, but BIMCO has decided to standardise on Flighted Spongy Moth Complex, abbreviated to FSMC.
Providing up to date information on the Asian gypsy moth season (AGM) 2020. ** ASIAN GYPSY MOTH IS NOW KNOWN AS FLIGHTED SPONGY MOTH COMPLEX ** Not all countries have introduced the new name yet, but BIMCO has decided to standardise on Flighted Spongy Moth Complex, abbreviated to FSMC.
As part of its offering to members, BIMCO has updated and expanded its online database on ice information. Foremost, the web-resource reflects the recently amended Polar Code and the subsequently revised national rules, which regulates navigation in arctic waters.
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