When the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) intercepts and confiscates food, plant or animal products that are inadmissible into Canada, travellers will receive a Food, Plant and Animal (FPA) Interception Receipt.
The information you provide in the FPA Interception Receipt document is collected under the authority of the Health of Animals Act and the Plant Protection Act for the purpose of providing notice to travellers of the detention, removal and/or destruction of confiscated food, plant or animal products. The information regarding the interception may be disclosed to other internal CBSA programs or other government departments for the purposes of enforcing the aforementioned Acts and collecting statistics.
Individuals have the right to access and to make corrections of their personal information under the Privacy Act. The information collected is described within Info Source under the Food, Plant and Animal Program Personal Information Bank CBSA PPU 062, which is detailed within the CBSA Info Source Chapter. Should you have concerns about the CBSA's handling of your personal information, you have a right to file a complaint with the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
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