The short answer is NO
Are they provincially inspected? If the answer is no, you cannot ship or even process meat that has not been inspected
Ministerial Exemption process to allow inter-provincial trade of food from establishments that are not federally licensed
CFIA has developed a Ministerial Exemption (ME) process to permit interprovincial movement of food from establishments that are not federally licensed if such trade becomes necessary to alleviate food shortages.
To enable inter-provincial movement of provincially-inspected food, an ME could be issued to exempt food businesses from certain requirements of the Safe Food for Canadians Act (SFCA) which prohibits the sending or conveying from one province to another of a food commodity that does not meet the requirements of the regulations.
The Food and Drugs Act (FDA) and Food and Drug Regulations (FDR) as well as other relevant federal, provincial and territorial laws related to food continue to apply, despite a Ministerial Exemption being granted. Food labels must be truthful and not misleading and the information should continue to be provided in both official languages.