Gidday: Here's my favorite links on Canadian sites as well as info on importing from the states.
How to import from states:
I phoned Canada Customs (or whatever their official name is) and here's the rules for importing eggs and birds from the USA: Any importing requires a Federally approved Vet's Health certificate (form VS17-6) for eggs, chicks, or adults; form must include NPIP number on it (US National Poultry Improvement Plan); adult birds must bear a leg band noting age, sex, and breed. Not to mention a federal license for migratory waterfowl (Canada geese, etc.) or a provincial license for game birds (ringneck pheasants, bobwhite quail, wild turkeys, ruffed grouse, etc). The federal license is a BIG deal. The province of Ontario is not a big deal (license is $10 last time I had one) and Quebec no license exists and you can probably get away with not having one. Guelph vet responsible for imported birds Dr Susan Rey 519-826-2810 (all this info is accurate as of December 2008) As of endangered species, I have not looked for into on this.
If you bring over eggs for the purpose of eating them, no paperwork is required (you might have fun at the border).