26
Nov

Adjustments to Canada’s border and travel measures

The Government of Canada announced adjustments to Canada’s border measures. A new backgrounder provides additional context to support travellers in understanding COVID-19 testing and vaccine requirements, as well as other…

Read More >

26
Nov

U.S. issues final duty rates on Canadian softwood lumber

On November 24, 2021, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued the final results of the second administrative reviews of its anti-dumping and countervailing duty orders regarding certain softwood lumber products…

Read More >

22
Nov

CBP AND CBSA Joint Updated Emergency Protocols in Response to Flood Situation in British Columbia, Canada

Due to extreme weather conditions in British Columbia, Canada, that have caused flooding, landslides, road closures, and other supply chain disruptions Canadian domestic truck carriers may need to transit through…

Read More >

19
Nov

Canada and ASEAN will proceed with free trade agreement negotiations

On November 16, 2021, Canada and ASEAN announced that they agreed to proceed with free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations. The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is a regional intergovernmental…

Read More >

19
Nov

Barley products tariff rate quota deadline extended to December 22

Global Affairs Canada issued a new notice advising that the deadline for the closure of the 2021-2022 Barley Products Tariff Rate Quota (TRQ) will be extended to 11:59 pm local time on…

Read More >

12
Nov

Validation of Customs rulings under the 2022 version of the Customs Tariff

Changes to the World Customs Organization’s Harmonized System will be reflected in the customs tariff of most countries in 2022. This includes Canada’s Customs Tariff. The changes could affect the…

Read More >

12
Nov

Reminder: Blanket certificates of origin need to be renewed for 2022

Blanket certificates of origin, whether for CUSMA or for other free trade agreements, are usually set to begin on January 1 and to expire, twelve months later, on December 31….

Read More >

12
Nov

Tribunal to review expiry of duties on copper pipe fittings from the U.S., Korea and China

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal initiated an expiry review of its November 2016 finding to determine if the expiry of the relevant orders is likely to lead to continued or…

Read More >

05
Nov

More Canadian airports will be accepting international passenger flights

The Government of Canada announced that, effective on November 30, 2021, international flights carrying passengers will be permitted to land at the following additional Canadian airports: • St. John’s International•…

Read More >

05
Nov

Major economies show restraint in imposing new trade restrictions

According to the latest World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Monitoring Report on G20 trade measures, the World’s major economies have continued to roll back COVID-19-related trade-restrictive measures and demonstrated restraint…

Read More >

Our Service Promise

Your time is valuable. We get that. That’s why you’ll always get a live person, not a voicemail, you’ll get answers to each and every enquiry made and you’ll always be completely satisfied with the level of service you receive at Link+

Contact Us