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On June 27, 2022, in furtherance of discussions at the G7 Summit, Canada amended its sanctions measures with respect to Russia, Belarus and Ukraine; Russia Adding six Russian senior defence officials and 46 Russian defence-sector entities as designated persons under Schedule 1; Prohibiting any person in Canada and any Canadian outside of Canada from exporting, selling, supplying or shipping any good, wherever situated, or providing any technology, to Russia or to any person in Russia…

On June 7, Canada amended its sanctions measures imposed on Russia by implementing a ban on specific services provided by Canadians, both from within Canada and outside Canada, to specified Russian oil, gas and chemical industries. Part 1 of Schedule 8 introduced by the amendment lists a wide range of services (including for example technical, management, accounting, and advertising services) that are prohibited from being supplied to specified Russian industries in the oil, gas and…

On May 27, Canada amended its sanctions measures imposed on Russia by designating an additional twenty-two individuals under Schedule 1. The new individual designations consist of persons identified by the Government of Canada as senior officials of financial institutions and their family members. As well, Canada designated an additional four Russian financial institutions and banks under Schedule 1. The newly designated entities are: Management Company of the Russian Direct Investment Fund JSC, RVC Management Company…

On May 18, Canada amended its sanctions measures imposed on Russia by designating an additional fourteen individuals under Schedule 1. The new individual designations consist of persons identified by the Government of Canada as oligarchs, close associates of the Russian regime, and members of their family. As well, on May 17, the Government of Canada announced it will take legislative action to ban persons subject to sanctions in Canada and any accompanying family members from…