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May 27, 2024

No agreement in sight for Canadian rail workers and rail companies 

The Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) has released a statement regarding ongoing negotiations with Canada’s two largest rail companies, Canadian… Read more 

May 24, 2024

CBSA officers could take strike action in June

The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) union has issued a statement advising that Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) workers have voted… Read more 

May 24, 2024

CBSA announces changes to how import-export programs (RMs) are managed

The Canada Border Services Agency has issued a notice to the trade community regarding the registration and maintenance of program accounts for… Read more 

May 16, 2024

CITT determines threat of injury on certain wire rod

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT), on May 7th, 2024, determined that there is evidence that the dumping… Read more 

May 16, 2024

SIMA – Government of Canada commences an expiry review of unitized wall modules from China

The Government of Canada has, on September 19, 2023, commenced an expiry review of the Unitized wall modules… Read more 

May 8, 2024

Moving forward with amendments to Energy Efficiency Regulations

Natural Resources Canada (NRCAN) has recently confirmed its plan to move forward with amendments to the Energy Efficiency… Read more 

May 3, 2024

Canadian rail workers to strike on May 22

On May 1st, an overwhelming majority of workers at Canadian National Railway (CN) and Canadian Pacific Kansas City… Read more 

May 3, 2024

CBSA concludes normal value review of piling pipe exporter from China

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), on April 29, 2024, concluded a normal value and export price review… Read more 

May 3, 2024

Government of Canada initiates SIMA investigation of certain pea protein from China

Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced on April 22, 2024, that it has launched a SIMA investigation respecting… Read more 

May 3, 2024

Country of melt and pour FAQ for steel imports

Global Affairs Canada (GAC) previously announced the requirement to provide the country of melt and pour (COM) information… Read more