On-demand courses offer the same valuable content as our in-class seminars, but they have been broken down into bite-sized modules. Imagine a Netflix series, and your new favorite show is How To Import Into Canada (sounds exciting!). Within these 1-2 hour courses - aka seasons - there are about 8 modules - aka episodes - of varying duration. You can play, pause, skip, rewind, fast forward, or even rewatch any module you'd like. You can binge them all at once or tune in one by one at your own pace. You hold the remote control!
These regulations require all parties who import, export, manufacture, and trade interprovincially food products to be licenced.
On-Demand courses offer all the content within our in-class seminars, but have been broken down into modules. For example, How To Import Into Canada Part 1, a great course to refresh your understanding of regulations or for those new to a trade role, is comprised of 7 modules. Each Part of the series is no more than 60 minutes long making it a total commitment of 2 hours for the bundle. Binge them all at once like your favorite Netflix series or tune in one by one at your own pace. You hold the remote control! ;)
In March 2017 the Office of the Auditor General of Canada (OAG) prepared a report on the management of customs duties. The report criticized CBSA’s AMPs system. Overall the OAG reported that CBSA had losses of $42 million or more in revenue in fiscal 2015-16 due to misclassification by importers.
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Fresh, grated, powdered and processed cheese, ice cream, milk, dairy powders and other dairy productsLEARN MORE
Plants, fresh flowers, greenery, trees, seeds and other horticulture related items
Meat and items containing meat products
Wood-fabricated materials such as tables and chairs
Petroleum products, gas, aviation fuel, and liquified natural gas
Polymers such as plastic bottles, plastic toys or plastic utensils and other household materials made of plastic
Fresh fruits and vegetables from around the globeLEARN MORE
Cars, trucks, motorized and self-propelled equipment to be driven on roads or project sites