Share and view ideas: Trade controls in elephant ivory in Canada
Current status: Closed
Open for comments from July 24 to September 22, 2021.
Share your thoughts on potential actions pertaining to trade controls in elephant ivory in Canada.
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You can find the discussion document which describes a range of options pertaining to trade controls in elephant ivory in Canada. Comments and concerns must be submitted by e-mail until September 22, 2021.
Send us an E-mail
Please send your comments to the following E-mail address: ReglementsFaune-WildlifeRegulations@ec.gc.ca.
Environment and Climate Change Canada is seeking your comments on a range of potential actions that could be implemented to increase trade controls in elephant ivory. Comments received will be considered in the development of Canadian actions to address global concerns in elephant ivory trade.
Actions could range from maintaining the current levels of control, to changes to policy and procedures for permitting trade or to amendments to the Act or Regulations (Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act (WAPPRIITA)/Wild Animal and Plant Trade Regulations (WAPTR)) to further increase controls in elephant ivory trade.
Who is the focus of this consultation
All Canadians are invited to participate in this consultation. We especially want to hear from:
- governments (provincial and territorial, municipal)
- Indigenous peoples
- research institutions
- non-governmental organizations
Environment and Climate Change Canada
Canadian Wildlife Service
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