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CARM launch for trade chain partners rescheduled to October 2024. The Canada Border Services Agency announced on Friday afternoon that it was delaying the full implementation of CARM until October

Thousand Islands Bridge rehabilitation project starting on April 22. The work will require traffic control operations that will include lane restrictions and full traffic holds at times

CBSA finds dumping would resume if duties expired on cold-rolled steel from China, Korea, and Vietnam. Tribunal will now determine whether the expiry of duties is likely to result in injury to Canadian industry

Carbon Steel Welded Pipe from China - Tianjin Baode Steel Co. Notice of normal value review

Customs Notice 24-16 Highway Sufferance Warehouse Closure (Kelowna, BC)

Changes to Excise Duty Rates on Tobacco Products - Budget 2004. This notice provides information about a Budget 2024 announcement to increase the rates of excise duty on tobacco products

Updates to the Safe Food for Canadians licence application and guidance. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has made updates to the SFC licence application and to a guidance document

CETA origin quota utilization tables 2024. The Utilization levels for certain items have been updated

Textiles and Clothing - CUSMA Weekly Stats - Export/Import - Preference Level Utilization - Utilization levels have been updated

(This notice was deleted by CBSA 19-04-2024) Reminder: Preparing for CARM Release 2 Implementation, Cutover Period. Customs Notice 24-14 provides important information regarding the cutover period which will extend from April 26 to May 1

(This notice was deleted by CBSA 19-04-2024) Reminder: Preparing for CARM Release 2 Implementation, Transition Measures. Customs Notice 24-15 outlines transition measures to ensure continued border fluidity and timely submission of accounting and payment of duties after CARM implementation on May 13, 2024


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