L.M. Clark Customs Brokers Ltd

CBSA Potential Strike

A potential strike is just a couple of days away for over 9000 Canada Border Services Agency workers. The Treasury board has stated that employees in essential services positions must provide uninterrupted border services. They cannot work-to-rule, nor can they intentionally slow down border processing. Commercial goods will continue to flow but delays are anticipated.

We at LM Clark will continue to process all shipment releases in a timely manner and will monitor and keep you apprised of any delays that may occur.

We will continue to monitor this potential strike as it develops and keep posted.

Any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. 1-877-673-8685

Tariff rate quotas on 7 classes of steel goods effective Oct 25th
List 3 for Chinese Origin Goods Additional Tariffs to the US.
List 2 for Chinese Origin Goods Additional Tariffs to the US.
Process for requesting remission on certain goods from the U.S.
Chinese Origin Goods Additional Tariffs to the US.
Information regarding new and upcoming tariffs
GST Centralized Payment
Reminder about your Blanket NAFTA’s for 2018

eManifest for Highway Mode coming into force
PARS Status Program
Partners in Protection
Partners Against Terrorism
SIMA - Measures in force
UPS FEDEX Weekend Clearances
Advance Commercial Importation
Shipment Overages & Shortages (June 2000)
Periodic Verification Audits
Non-Resident Importers


Privacy Policy
Terms of Use

Web site by cpNet