Importing a horse into Canada is heavily regulated, and when a trailer is included, the importation process becomes complex. Read on to learn more.
The Transaction Value Method is the primary Valuation method used by CBSA. Here are the three criteria that must be fulfilled to qualify for the TVM on your imported goods into Canada.
Did you know that all importers are now responsible for, and required to submit their import declarations for engines, vehicles, vessels, and machines into Canada? Read on to find out everything you need to know on essential compliance, importation declaration requirements and much more.
Looking to start importing into Canada? Or maybe you just want/need to polish up on your knowledge and skills on importing your goods into Canada? Whether you are an individual or a business, we provide a step-by-step guide to help you start importing.
If you are importing goods that are difficult to classify or fall under more than one tariff classification number, an Advance Ruling request can help you. Read on to find out everything you need to know on how an Advanced Ruling can help you classify your good(s) correctly and ensure that you are complying with CBSA regulations.
As an importer, are you related to your vendor? Read on to understand the concept of related persons and its impact on determining the valuation method that best applies to your business.
De minimis thresholds with respect to customs duty and taxes for courier imports have changed under CUSMA. Read on to find out everything you need to know on how these new de minimis thresholds can impact your business.