Canada-U.S. Blog Trade Lawyers Cyndee Todgham Cherniak and Susan K. Ross

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How does the Canada-US trade war affect cross-border shoppers?

Posted in Canada's Federal Government, Countermeasures, Customs Law, GST/HST, tariffs

On July 1, 2018, Canada imposed countermeasures (that is, 10% duties) on a number of U.S. origin goods.  These new duties will apply to goods that are purchased by Canadians who shop in the United States.  Canadian cross border shoppers may be asked more questions at the Canada Border Services Agency (“CBSA”) Primary Inspection Booth… Continue Reading

The United States Imposed 25% Steel Tariffs and 10% Aluminum Tariffs on Canada and Canada Responds

Posted in Antidumping, Border Security, Canada's Federal Government, Exports, NAFTA, NAFTA Renegotiations, Trade Remedies, U.S. Federal Government

On May 31, 2108, President Trump issued two Presidential Proclamations, which impose steel and aluminum tariffs on Canada. All exports of covered steel will be subject to a 25% import tariff (Canadian steel into the United States) and all exports of covered aluminum products will be subject to a 10% tariff (Canadian aluminum into the… Continue Reading