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Canada's Global Affairs Is Consulting On Whether South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand And The UK Should Join CPTPP
Stakeholders should participate because the Government of Canada needs input in order to make decisions that are in the best interest of Canada.
Worldwide
12 Aug 2019
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Canada Investigates Whether Canadian Lobbying Firm Breached Sudan Sanctions
The announcement was prompted due to the media attention on Dickens & Madson.
Canada
17 Jul 2019
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Canada Imposes Unilateral Economic Sanctions Against Nicaraguan Officials
On June 21, 2019, the Special Economic Measures (Nicaragua) Regulations were published in the Canada Gazette.
Canada
9 Jul 2019
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What Is Canada's Process To Ratify And Implement USMCA?
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).
Canada
11 Oct 2018
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Ontario Retaliates And Adopts "Do Not Buy New York Steel" Provisions
On March 28, 2018, the Wynne Government of Ontario promulgated a regulation, the "Suppliers from New York" Regulation, O.Reg 117/18, to prevent the Ontario Government from buying steel from the State of New York.
Canada
4 Apr 2018
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How Will The U.S. Government Shutdown Affect Canadians?
While the politicians work to find a solution before Monday, Canadians are reminded that the last U.S. federal government shut down lasted 16 days and a previous shutdown lasted 27 days.
Canada
22 Jan 2018
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What Should I Do If the CBSA Seizes My Currency Monetary Instruments?
Travelers to Canada and from Canada (Canadians, Canadian residents and visitors) are required to voluntarily self-report to the Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA") if they have in their possession currency or monetary instruments that exceeds $Canadian 10,000.
Canada
9 Jan 2018
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Canada Lists Names: Canada Publishes Three Magnitsky Sanctions Lists
On November 3, 2017, Canada announced sanctions, promulgated regulations and published three lists of names under the Magnitsky Act, imposing sanctions against 52 individuals from Russian, Venezuela and South Sudan.
Canada
9 Nov 2017
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Canada's Privacy Commissioner Raises Concerns About USCBP Searches Of Electronic Devices
Canada's Privacy Commissioner has raised important concerns about searches of electronic devices at the border.
Canada
5 Jul 2017
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Trans-Gender Rights To Be Added To Canada's Human Rights Code And Suggestions For The CBSA
Pride month is the right time to memorialize trans-gender and non-binary gender rights into Canada's human rights laws.
Canada
29 Jun 2017
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U.S. Cancelling NEXUS Cards Of Canadian Dual-Nationals
We have heard a number of reports that the United States Department of Homeland Security is notifying Canadian NEXUS Card holders with dual nationality from certain countries that their NEXUS Membership has been cancelled ...
Canada
9 Feb 2017
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What Canadian Lawyers Should Know About Solicitor-Client Privilege At The Canada-US Border
There are reports that President Trump is considering an Executive Order to require the Department of Homeland Security, and in particular USCBP, to ask foreign visitors to provide information about their social media profiles...
Canada
9 Feb 2017
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Canada's Two Magnitsky Bills – Will One Get Passed Into Law?
At the present time, Canada has two bills that are Magnitsky laws.
Canada
6 Feb 2017
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Canada Continues To Impose Economic Sanctions Against Ivory Coast
Canada imposed economic sanctions against Ivory Coast to implement United Nations Security Council Resolution 1572.
Canada
27 Oct 2016
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Canada Acknowledges Antidumping
Trade lawyers outside Canada (and inside Canada) will be shocked by the steps being taken in Canada during an active antidumping proceeding.
Canada
19 Oct 2016
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Canada's Procurement Review Procedure Accessible To Small-To-Medium Sized Businesses
Canada has a federal government procurement bid challenge mechanism that has been made somewhat user-friendly to small-to-medium sized businesses.
Canada
28 Sep 2016
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Canadian Trade Agreement: 5 Things You Should Know
Some premiers did not make any announcements on their official web-sites, which suggests that they walked away displeased and not wanting to sign on.
Canada
18 Aug 2016
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Big Brother Is Watching: US Customs Wants To Follow You On Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Etc.
On June 23, 2016, U.S. Customs put forward a proposal in the Federal Register to request that persons entering and exiting the United States voluntarily provide information about their social media account names.
Canada
13 Jul 2016
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The CBSA Seizes $USD 129,000 At The Canada-US Border Crossing At Cornwall
On June 6, 2016, Cornwall Newswatch reported that on May 21, 2016 the Canada Border Services Agency ("CBSA") seized $USD 129,000 at the Cornwall border crossing.
Canada
8 Jun 2016
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When The Canada Border Service Agency Seizes Your Cash, What Can You Do To Get Your Cash Back?
If the CBSA does not believe that the money is proceeds of crime and this is a person's first offense, the penalty should be only $250.
Canada
22 Jan 2016
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