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By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
Recently, there have been multiple incidents of Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA") officers stopping artists for secondary screening. We are aware of several incidents.
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
On April 23, 2019, the CRA launched public consultations to find out how it can change and what improvements it can make.
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
Non-resident companies doing business in Canada who have registered for Canadian sales taxes often ask us to provide a chart setting out Canada's sales tax rates.
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
On April 8, 2019, Canada's International Trade Diversification Minister finally announced the appointment of Ms. Sheri Meyerhoffer as Canada's first Ombudsman for Responsible Enterprise ("CORE").
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak, Anumeet Toor
When you purchase fine art in Canada, you must apply for an export permit before you will be permitted to export the artwork.
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
If the CBSA confiscates or cancels your NEXUS Card due to an enforcement action (e.g. the CBSA seizes goods because you failed to declare the goods or the value provided to the CBSA was incorrect), your NEXUS Card will be cancelled.
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
There are many other Canadian regulatory issues depending on the goods in question.
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
The short answer is yes, it is possible to get a refund of steel safegaurd duties collected by the Government of Canada.
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
On May 10, 2019, the Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA") posted Customs Notice 19-08 "Final Safeguard Measures on the Importation of Certain Steel Goods".
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
The short answer is "yes" - that the CRA may try to obtain electronic financial records from a non-resident even when they are not given the statutory authorization to ask a non-resident company for their complete financial records ...
By Heather Innes
The short answer is yes, a non-resident importer may import foreign foods into Canada if the non-resident importer meets certain conditions.
By Heather Innes
Those standards and requirements apply to all persons who import export, manufacture, process, treat, preserve, grade, package, or label food.
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
The Department of Finance Report indicates that certain steel goods are being imported into Canada in increased quantities.
By Heather Innes
On September 30, 2018, the United States, Canada and Mexico announced the conclusion of negotiations of the United States – Mexico – Canada Agreement ("USMCA") (also known as NAFTA 2.0).
By Cyndee Todgham Cherniak
On September, 2018, the United States, Canada, and Mexico announced that a new NAFTA was agreed and would be called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement ("USMCA") (also known as NAFTA 2.0).