Canadian Cultural Property Export Control List (C.R.C., c. 448)

Regulations are current to 2017-12-11

GROUP IIObjects of Ethnographic Material Culture

Interpretation

  • 1 The definitions in this section apply in this Group.

    Aboriginal person of Canada

    Aboriginal person of Canada means a person of Indian or Inuit ancestry, including a Métis person, or a person recognized as being a member of an Indian, Inuit or Métis group by the other members of that group, who at any time ordinarily resided in the territory that is now Canada. (Autochtone du Canada)

    object of ethnographic material culture

    object of ethnographic material culture means an object that was made, reworked or adapted for use by a person who is an Aboriginal person of Canada, or an aboriginal person of a country other than Canada, that may

    • (a) incorporate features reflecting contact with non-aboriginal cultures; and

    • (b) be a single object or an object together with its component parts that form a single unit. (objet de culture matérielle ethnographique)

    • SOR/95-170, s. 2;
    • SOR/97-159, s. 5.

Objects of Ethnographic Material Culture

  • 2 An object of ethnographic material culture that

    • (a) has a fair market value in Canada of more than $3,000 and was made, reworked or adapted for use by an Aboriginal person of Canada;

    • (b) has a fair market value in Canada of more than $10,000 and was made, reworked or adapted for use by an aboriginal person of the territory that is now

      • (i) the United States,

      • (ii) Greenland, or

      • (iii) the part of the Russian Federation east of 135° longitude; or

    • (c) has a fair market value in Canada of more than $20,000 and was made, reworked or adapted for use by a person who is an aboriginal person of a territory other than a territory mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b).

    • SOR/86-329, ss. 3, 4;
    • SOR/95-170, s. 3;
    • SOR/97-159, s. 5.
 
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