Suggested Dataset: Database of buyers / importers
|Jun 20, 2023||Data owner unable to publish dataset|
The CBSA collect’s this data through cargo/customs requirements. This is considered customs information and protected under S.107 of the Customs Act. Customs Act (justice.gc.ca) https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/c-52.6/section-107.html
The CBSA is required to share information with Stats Can through a MOU. StatsCan gathers this data from CBSA, along with other entities, cleans the data and shares it at an Aggregate level with Industry Canada for research and analysis.
This aggregate data is then published for public use through Open Government databases such as
Any requests for updates of this data would need to be pursued through Stats Can.
|May 20, 2023||Dataset not held|
This suggestion is transferred from Global Affairs Canada
|May 1, 2023||Dataset not held|
The Canadian Importers Database from ISED at https://ised-isde.canada.ca/site/canadian-importers-database/en) provides a list of importers (Canadian and non-residents) by HS code. Could this be of interest?
Also, we publish the list of TPL recipients for clothing and textiles (importers and exporters) on the departmental website at https://www.international.gc.ca/trade-commerce/controls-controles/textiles/2021-listtpl-nptliste.aspx?lang=eng. The list of TPL recipients for the year 2022 should be added to the departmental website in the next few days. If needed, we can request our data group to generate a report that would provide the importers (and their addresses) only.
Finally, we publish allocation holder lists for beef and veal: https://www.international.gc.ca/trade-commerce/controls-controles/beef-boeuf/beef-veal-list-2023-boeuf-veau_liste.aspx?lang=eng. If any others, we can let you know.