Explosives Regulations, 2013
46 (1) An applicant for an import permit must complete, sign and send to the Chief Inspector of Explosives the application form provided by the Department of Natural Resources. The application must state whether a single use permit or an annual permit is requested and include the following information:
(a) the applicant’s name, address, telephone number, fax number and email address;
(b) if the applicant has a customs broker, the broker’s name, address, telephone number, fax number and email address and the name of a contact person;
(d) the quantity of each explosive to be imported or, if the application is for an annual permit, the estimated quantity of each explosive to be imported during the year;
(e) the purpose for which each explosive is imported (personal, industrial or commercial use, reloading, field trial or other testing, sale, consignment, Footnote *pyrotechnic event, fireworks display or other purpose);
(f) the name of the manufacturer of each explosive;
(g) the country of origin of each explosive;
(h) the location of the Canadian port of entry through which each explosive will pass;
(i) the address of the person to whom each explosive will be delivered and the location where it will be stored;
(j) in the case of an explosive to be stored in a licensed factory or a licensed magazine, the number and expiry date of the factory or magazine licence and, for each explosive that will be stored there, the quantity of that explosive authorized by the licence to be stored;
(k) in the case of an explosive to be stored in a magazine owned by a person other than the applicant, proof that the other person has agreed to have the explosive stored in their magazine; and
(l) the date of the application.
Marginal note:Fees for import permit
(2) An applicant for an import permit must pay the applicable fees set out in Part 19.
Return to footnote *Terms preceded by an asterisk are defined in section 6.
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