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62 U. Toronto Fac. L. Rev. 1 (2004)
For the Record: Designating Listed Entities for the Purposes of Terrorist Financing Offences at Canadian Law

handle is hein.journals/utflr62 and id is 15 raw text is: For the Record:
Designating 'Listed Entities' for the Purposes of Terrorist
Financing Offences at Canadian Law*
E. ALEXANDRA DOSMAN*
INTRODUCTION    ............................................................................................................  2
1        UNITED NATIONS SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS: CANADA'S
O BLIGATIONS   .................................................................................................... 4
Anti-terrorist Action  at International Law  .................................................... 4
Domestic Implementation of Security Council Resolutions ......................... 6
Illustrative Example: The Afghanistan Committee and Regulations ............. 7
II       SECURITY COUNCIL LISTING PRACTICES: CANADA'S COMPLIANCE ............. 9
The Security Council Response to September 11 h ............................................ 9
The Canadian Suppression of Terrorism Regulations ................................. 10
Listing Mechanism I: Listing by Incorporation of the Afghanistan Committee
L ist  .................................................................. : ................................................  11
Listing Mechanism II: Listing by Schedule Under the Terrorism Regulations 14
III      MECHANISMS JAMMED: THE LISTING AND DELISTING OF LIBAN HUSSEIN. 15
IV       THE CRIMINAL CODE LISTING MECHANISM ................................................ 19
V        FINDING THE LINE: EVALUATING CANADA'S LISTING MECHANISMS ........... 23
Intelligence-sharing and 'Ally-worthiness' ............................................... 23
Is the Security Council Overstepping its Bounds? ..................................... 25
Learning  from   L iban  ....................................................................................  26
The author wishes to thank Jutta Brunnde, Kent Roach, Thomas Beveridge, Maureen Whitehead, and the
editors of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review for their suggestions and support.
Hon. B.A. (McGill), Third Year Law/M.A.I.R. (Toronto).
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review / Volume 62 Number I / Winter 2004
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