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

Regulations are current to 2018-07-05

GROUP IIIMilitary Objects

Interpretation
  • [SOR/2005-260, s. 7(F)]

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

    accoutrement

    accoutrement means a military accessory that is associated with the wearing of or use of a specific hand-carried weapon or piece of ordnance. It includes magazines, loading tools, belts, straps, holsters, mounts, telescopic or other sights, powder horns or flasks, bullet pouches, molds or starters, ramrods or wiping sticks, bayonets, scabbards and carrying cases. (accessoires)

    dress

    dress means an object that is armour, a head-dress, pantaloons, a tunic with trappings, accessories or any other associated articles that form a part of military apparel. (costume)

    hand-carried weapon or piece of ordnance

    hand-carried weapon or piece of ordnance includes

    • (a) a small arm, staff-weapon or an edged weapon; and

    • (b) a cannon or artillery piece that is muzzle-loaded or breech-loaded, whether originally mounted or unmounted, that was used or designed to be used for a warlike purpose. (arme portative ou pièce d’artillerie)

    military

    military shall be construed as relating to any warlike force. (militaire)

    • SOR/97-159, s. 6.

Military Objects

  • 2 Military objects made within or out of the territory that is now Canada if they relate to military activities that took place in the territory or if they relate to a person who at any time ordinarily resided in the territory and who participated in military activities that took place out of the territory, namely,

    • (a) an order, decoration, medal, insignia, including a ribbon, collar or sash normally associated with such order, decoration, medal or insignia, that has a fair market value in Canada of more than $3,000;

    • (b) a flag, colour, banner or pennant that has a fair market value in Canada of more than $3,000;

    • (c) dress that has a fair market value in Canada of more than $3,000; and

    • (d) any hand-carried weapon or piece of ordnance, or their associated accoutrements, that has a fair market value in Canada of more than $3,000.

    • SOR/86-329, s. 5;
    • SOR/95-170, s. 4;
    • SOR/97-159, s. 7.
 
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