FEDERAL BILL

Bill C-21, An Act To Amend The Customs Act

FEDERAL BILL - AMENDS ONE STATUTE

Royal Assent
December 13, 2018


SUMMARY This enactment amends the Customs Act to authorize the Canada Border Services Agency to collect, from prescribed persons and prescribed sources, personal information on all persons who are leaving or have left Canada. It also amends the Act to authorize an officer, as defined in that Act, to require that goods that are to be exported from Canada are to be reported despite any... (Click for more)


Published on December 14, 2018

Bill Summary

Bill C-21, An Act To Amend The Customs Act

SUMMARY







This enactment amends the Customs Act to authorize the Canada Border Services Agency to collect, from prescribed persons and prescribed sources, personal information on all persons who are leaving or have left Canada. It also amends the Act to authorize an officer, as defined in that Act, to require that goods that are to be exported from Canada are to be reported despite any exemption under that Act. In addition, it amends the Act to provide officers with the power to examine any goods that are to be exported. Finally, it amends the Act to authorize the disclosure of information collected under the Customs Act to an official of the Department of Employment and Social Development for the purposes of administering or enforcing the Old Age Security Act.

This Bill Amends The Following Statutes

  1. Customs Act R.S.C., 1985, c. 1 (2nd Supp.)

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