Exit Permit Regulations

Regulations that created the Exit Permits

The first Order in Council prohibiting women who are not in the armed forces or members of the public service and children under the age of 12 from leaving Canada by sea was approved on June 4, 1940.  Subsequent Orders in Council were approved to modify this initial regulation as circumstances demanded.  These Orders in Council are shown below in chronological order by the date they were approved.

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26.10 | 02:43

I suggest you submit an Access to Information request to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada asking for any and all documents they have for Mr. Rott.

26.10 | 01:30

Searching for Wilhelm Rott who docked at Pier 21, Halifax, Nova Scotia on January 14, 1957 on the MS Seven Seas. I do not see him on your list.

18.10 | 13:24

There are no Johnstones but McDonalds from Crane River, Fort Alexander, Nelson House, Peguis, and Sandy Bay Bands. Please email orderincouncillists@outlook.com

13.10 | 14:08

Any Johnstone's or McDonald's from Selkirk Man area who gave up Indian status?