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(Please note: The following lists have been developed by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and modified by the addition of names provided by Public Safety Canada. Please contact OSFI if you have questions or comments about the lists; we will forward the information to the appropriate parties.)
In April 2006, the Canadian government designated the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam as a terrorist group.  In December 2006, the Canadian government expanded the federal ban of Hezbollah from the purely militant wing to all 16 sub-organizations. 
Part 1 of the Act requires financial intermediaries to meet customer identification, due diligence and record-keeping obligations and to report suspicious and prescribed transactions relevant to the identification of money laundering, terrorist financing and the possession of terrorist property. Part 2 of the Act is administered by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), and requires the reporting of the importation and exportation of cash or monetary instruments of $10,000 or greater.