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CBSA: Clock ticking on border strike

CBSA personnel represented by the Public Service Alliance of Canada and the Customs and Immigration Union (PSAC-CIU) voted 96% in favour of taking strike action earlier this month. The release of the report starts the clock on job action and puts workers in a legal strike position as of Thursday, June 6.

NRCAN: Energy Efficient Standards

Importers should be aware of whether their products are regulated under the Office of Energy Efficiency program. It is their responsibility to ensure NRCAN is properly fulfilled prior to importation, and provide detailed product information to their customs broker when releasing shipments into Canada.

PGA Importing Regulations

Whether a PGA program is applicable to certain goods is determined by the HS classification as well as other information about the specific product. PGA regulated goods require additional information to be transmitted electronically during the customs clearance process.

CARM 2024 Checklist

Ensure that you register for the CARM Client Portal and delegate authority to your customs broker before Release 2, starting in May 2024. Download our short checklist outlining the essential steps to facilitate this process efficiently.

CBSA phasing in CARM

Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) provided an update on its plans for the launch of the CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) digital initiative, which will modernize the collection of duties and taxes for goods imported into Canada.

CBSA: Updates of SFC licence in 2024​

Effective February 12, 2024, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) will implement automatic verification procedures for Safe Food for Canadians licences (SFC licences) affecting importers of manufactured foods.

CBSA Review "Last Sale" Valuation

 The current regulations of CBSA may increase duty and GST on imported goods. CBSA welcomes any questions regarding the draft amendments within a 30-day.

How to be Successful Shipping to Canada

U.S. businesses can increase their sales by expanding into the growing Canadian market

The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFPLA)

Importation of any goods, wares, articles & merchandise mined, produced or manufactured...

Become an NRI Checklist

New to CBSA's Non-Resident Importer Program? Review Frontier's guide and get started selling to Canada

Canada's Non-Resident Importer Program

Becoming an NRI creates an easy and cost effective way for US-based companies to start selling in the Canadian market

Get Your Money Back With Duty Drawbacks

Drawback are refunds on duties paid on imports. Streamline this process with Frontier.

What is Customs Brokerage?

Customs brokers help companies deal with the costs associated with international trade

What is Last Mile Delivery?

In this article we outline what last mile delivery is and how the process works:

Last Mile Carriers & Ecommerce

As door-to-door delivery continues to gain popularity, reliable last mile carriers are
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