On October 15, 2019, Global Affairs Canada informed reporters that new export permits of military equipment and technology and brokering permits in respect of goods destined for Turkey would not be approved.  There was not a formal Notice of Exporters (possibly because Canada’s federal election campaign was underway – election was held on October 21st).

Canada

On December 28, 2017, the Canada Border Services Agency (“CBSA”) announced that it has initiated antidumping and countervailing duty investigations against dry wheat pasta from Turkey.  This is not surprising – there were rumblings about a possible case in 2016. See the article in the Manitoba Co-operator entitled “Canadian pasta makers accuse Turkey

Canada

chessCanadian businesses with export activities to Turkey should watch carefully to see if Canada’s export controls rules will change as a result of Canada’s concerns about the thousands of detentions and three month state of emergency in Turkey.  It is time to exercise due diligence and caution.  It is time to watch alertly for

Christmas TurkeyBecause Canada has imposed an import ban on all poultry products from certain U.S. States.  On November 26, 2015, the Canada Border Services Agency (“CBSA”) posted a News Release entitled “Let’s talk turkey: know the restrictions on poultry products before crossing the border”.  In this News Release, the CBSA notifies Canadians, residents and travelers