The Export and Import Controls Bureau (EPD) is responsible for administering the Export and Import Permits Act (EIPA) which was first enacted in 1947. The EIPA delegates to the Minister of Foreign Affairs wide discretionary powers to control the flow of goods contained in specified lists provided for under the Act. Under authority of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Act, the Minister for International Trade provides policy
direction in most areas involving market access and trade policy.
Search engine of Canadian trade data
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) is an administrative tribunal operating within Canada s trade remedies system. It is an independent quasi-judicial body that carries out its statutory responsibilities in an autonomous and impartial manner and reports to Parliament through the Minister of Finance.
A Canadian financial institution devoted exclusively to providing trade finance services in support of exporters and investors in Canada in up to 200 countries.
Various resources to help in the export process. Prepared by Team Canada, a partnership of federal, provincial and territorial governments helping Canadian companies succeed in world markets.
International trade Web site of the Department of International Trade of Canada. Information about Canadian trade policy and links to other websites about investment and trade with Canada.
Statistics Canada's Trade Data Online provides information on the value of imports and domestic exports - in terms of dollars or percentages - from/to over 200 countries for over 5,000 commodities (by HS6 codes) and over 500 industries (by Canadian and U.S. SIC codes). The information is presented in report and/or graphic format, and can be printed or copied to a text file through a browser.