Canadian Pacific resumed their essential services for customers and the North American supply chain officially on March 22, 2022, after the company and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference agreed to a final and binding arbitration to end the work stoppage. Find out all the details here.
A nationwide shutdown of Canadian Pacific train operations started yesterday, due to an ongoing labour dispute between the railroad and its unionized engineers, conductors, yard workers and other train employees. Find out all the important details on this here.
Are your goods affected? Virtually all goods imported into Canada that originate from Russia or Belarus will be subject to the General Tariff and therefore dutiable at the rate of 35%. Find out all the details here.
Truck blockades continue - with the busy Emerson, Manitoba port of entry being the latest target, creating additional havoc for the country’s already stressed supply chains. Find out all the details here.
Drivers have been advised that despite the Port of Sweetgrass remaining open, their ability to enter the U.S. at that border crossing may be impeded by the continued closure of Canadian Highway 4. Find out all the details on the continuing trucker blockade here.
How does the USA and Canada score in their efforts to improve the level of public sector corruption within their borders? You'd be surprised. Find out all the details on the Corruption Perceptions Index for 2021 and why it matters.
As a manufacturer and/or importer of products that contain VOCs - how will your business be affected, and how can you stay compliant. Find out out everything you need to know here.
What are the details of Canada and Mexico's dispute with the U.S. over automotive vehicles and USMCA? Find out here.
What are the regulations that would ban certain kinds of environmentally “harmful” single-use plastic items in Canada? What are the six plastic items proposed to be banned? Find out these details, and how you can submit your comments on the proposed regulations here.
The Trudeau government announced on Tuesday that it has launched a challenge under the USMCA against what it says are “unjustified” U.S. antidumping and countervailing duties on Canadian softwood lumber. Find out all the details here.