Manufacturers and other stakeholders currently have until September 26 to provide input on changes to Canada’s trade laws that could have a significant impact on their businesses.
The Trudeau government recently announced the launch of consultations with the public on border carbon adjustments as part of Canada’s transition to a low-carbon economy, a move that could in the future have a significant impact on many importers and exporters.
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.
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.
Taking the government’s “least desired course of action,” federal Labour Minister Filomena Tassi tabled legislation today that would force the Port of Montreal’s 1,150 dockworkers to end their strike, which began Monday morning.
The Port of Montreal / Port de Montréal strike begins! This morning, more than 1,100 dock workers walked off the job; however, the federal government has indicated it wants to rush through legislation to get workers back on the job.
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.
Find out more about the various barriers to trade identified by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative in its latest annual National Trade Estimate Report.
Find out more about a final ruling issued by Commerce that now clearly excludes ALL cedar shakes and shingles from the duties applicable to Canadian softwood lumber.