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Canada Sanctions Update

U.S. and international sanctions compliance professionals operating in Canada must keep current with changes in Canadian sanctions and export controls programs to stay compliant.

Our speakers, including one from the Canadian Sanctions Policy & Operations Coordination Division, will cover the most important 2020 developments in Canadian economic sanctions and what to watch for in 2021, with a particular focus on:

Duration: 75 minutes

Speakers: Neelu Shanker, Deputy Director, Sanctions Policy and Operations Coordination Division, Global Affairs Canada | John W. Boscariol, Leader, International Trade and Investment Law Group

Moderator: Natasha Bright, Reporter, ACSS

Date: Thursday, Jan 21, 2021

Time: 10:00 AM – 11:15 AM EST

03:00 PM – 04:15 PM London

04:00 PM – 05:15 PM Amsterdam

You will Learn:

  • Examining the current Canadian sanctions landscape, and the compliance implications for organizations in various sectors;
  • Understanding Canada’s top priorities in relation to its sanctions, and how to work with the Sanctions Policy and Operations Coordination Division at Global Affairs Canada; and
  • Providing practical guidance on the permit and certificate application process.

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Neelu Shanker

Deputy Director

Sanctions Policy and Operations Coordination Division Global Affairs Canada

Neelu Shanker is the Deputy Director for Sanctions Operations at Global Affairs Canada. In this role, she leads the part of the broader Sanctions Policy and Operations team responsible for, among others, stakeholder relations, the permit and certificate application processes, and sanctions compliance and enforcement. Neelu has a Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School. She joined Global Affairs Canada in 2009, and has worked on a number of files relating to multilateral legal affairs, human rights, cybersecurity, trade, and sanctions. This work included international assignments with the Embassy of Canada to the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Permanent Mission of Canada to the United Nations.

John W. Boscariol

Leader

International Trade and Investment Law Group

John W. Boscariol is a Partner in the Litigation Group at McCarthy Tétrault LLP and leader of the International Trade & Investment Law Group. He specializes in enforcement, disputes and compliance regarding economic sanctions, export controls, defence goods, services and technology controls, blocking orders (Cuba), anti-corruption law and policy, government contracts, national security, anti dumping/countervail/safeguard, customs, tariffs and border measures. He also focuses on rights, obligations and remedies under international trade and investment agreements, including USMCA, bilateral investment treaties, the WTO agreements, and CETA. John has developed recognized expertise in advising on the intersection of Canadian sanctions, export and technology transfer controls, and anti-corruption laws with those of the United States, the European Union and other jurisdictions. He testified before Canada's Parliament on the enforcement of economic sanctions and anti-terrorism laws, and many of his recommendations were adopted in the House of Commons 2017 report: A Coherent and Effective Approach to Canada’s Sanctions Regimes: Sergei Magnitsky and Beyond. John is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law where he designed and teaches Anti-Corruption Law and its Application in International Business, one of the first courses of its kind to be taught at a Canadian law school.