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CBSA Transforms Client Outreach

The Canada Border Services Agency quietly used the summer snooze period to quietly float a transformation of client outreach to importers that were paying attention. In its Customs Notice 13-017, it notified the importing...more

Summer Musings about Canadian Customs Regulations

These are relatively quiet times for new, impactful Canadian customs regulations, but a few recent postings are of note....more

E-Mails Sink Employer In Safety-Retaliation Case: “Carefully Chosen Ruse” Found

An employer’s internal e-mails showed that a “professional standards investigation” conducted on an employee was actually a retaliation for the employee’s work refusal, an adjudicator has held, finding a violation of the...more

The Duty to Accommodate Family Status (and Potentially Lifestyle Choices Too)

In an update last October (Accommodating Family Status – Needs vs. Preferences) we advised you that the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal established a new test for an employer’s duty to accommodate on the basis of family status...more

Multi-nationals Beware! Customs Evidentiary Burden of Proof

On January 4, 2013, the federal Canadian tribunal with appellate jurisdiction relating to customs valuation, among other subjects, schooled multi-nationals on their obligations to meet the evidentiary burden of proof relating...more

CBSA Establishes Trade Compliance Verification Priorities 2013

The Canada Border Services Agency has announced its compliance verification priorities for 2013. For tariff classification purposes, they include a number of consumer goods (pet toys, fresh cut flowers, coconut milk, pickles,...more

Doing Business in Canada: International Trade

Canada’s international trade law regulates the import and export of goods, the manner in which these goods are procured or sold, and the protection of foreign investments in Canada and Canadian investments abroad. Most of the...more

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