Find out what the latest trade developments are from - the new 'Buy American Rule' - to notice of final determinations: on certain upholstered domestic seating , we've detailed these and much more for you here:
After a marathon negotiating session, unions representing almost 9,500 employees of the Canada Border Services Agency, late Friday announced they have reached a tentative agreement with the federal government, bringing an end to a sweeping job action that resulted in long delays and traffic issues at border crossings.
Commercial importers should expect delays resulting from a sweeping work-to-rule job action by roughly 9,000 unionized CBSA employees seeking to leverage the government’s planned reopening of the border to resolve various outstanding compensation and workplace issues.
Unionized employees of the CBSA have voted “overwhelmingly” to go on strike as early as August 6 if the federal government doesn’t return to the bargaining table.
Find out what the latest trade developments are from - U.S. and Mexico's resolution of GM worker dispute under USMCA to - Commerce ordering antidumping duties on Chinese chassis , we've detailed these and much more for you here.
Get the latest information on the possible strike action by more than 9,000 unionized CBSA personnel following a cross-country voting process that wrapped up yesterday.
Find out what the latest trade developments are from CBSA workers holding strike votes over pay and 'toxic workplace culture' - to a ruling where #importers must file protests with CBP in order to preserve their ability to obtain duty refunds in connection with exclusions from Section301 tariffs, we've detailed these and much more for you here.
Did you know there is a loophole that currently enables some non-resident importers (NRIs) to value their goods at a lower price than most Canadian/domestic importers? The government and CBSA are gearing up to mitigate this with new measures and CBSA is currently seeking public input regarding these measures announced in Budget 2021. Find out all the details here.
Find out more about measures proposed in Budget 2021 that could have significant potential impacts on Canadian and non-resident businesses engaged in international trade.
Duty drawback is a customs program administered by the Canada Border Services Agency that is designed to help Canadian companies be more competitive in the global marketplace by allowing them to fully recover the duties, taxes and other fees paid on imported goods that are later exported from the country under certain conditions.