CBSA has advised that under Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) Explosives legislation, airbags are no longer a regulated commodity.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) initiated investigations, on November 8, 2019, under the Special Import Measures Act respecting the alleged injurious dumping and subsidizing of certain corrosion-resistant steel sheet from Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.
As of November 4, 2019, it is mandatory to use the new plant and animal health import application forms. Any old application forms will be considered incomplete and not processed.
October 20, 2019 – Toronto, ON – Leading Canadian customs broker ARGO Customs wants importers to be aware of major new changes to the processes surrounding steel and aluminum importation. Importers must be prepared to undergo more scrutiny, and submit additional documentation if their imports are to be allowed into Canada. Changes made to the Special Import […]
Canada is a thriving market that brings in business deals from all over the world, with plenty of businesses looking to begin importing their products. However, as a well-regulated economy, becoming a legal Canadian importer can be a bit challenging. There are numerous bureaucratic requirements to fulfill before you can begin bringing in stock. A […]
A section 146 means you owe outstanding funds to CBSA. Once determined what the outstanding amount is for it can be paid at a customs office and your goods can clear into Canada.