We unfortunately are unable to confirm admissibility for weapons and firearms into Canada. The customer will be required to contact the Canada Firearms Centre directly by phone at 1-800-731-4000 or online at ww...Read Article
Importing into Canada
CFIA-AIRS is a automated import reference system of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The purpose is to provide accurate and timely information regarding import requirements on plant,animal and food related ...Read Article
Will exporters/vendors in other countries that export to Canada be required to adhere to the new CFIA licensing and registration under the Safe Foods for Canadians Act?
No, Canadian importers must ensure the foods that they import meet the Canadian requirements. Meat,fish,dairy and eggs are already regulated in Canada. Importers must meet the Canadian requirements to bring the...Read Article
The CANPASS – Private Aircraft program makes clearing the border easier for private aircraft carrying no more than 15 people (including the crew) and travelling to Canada from the United States. This program al...Read Article
The Canada Border Services Agency does not have any concerns, but you should check with the Canadian Standards Association as there can be criteria to be met to sell the goods in Canada. Here is a link for more...Read Article
Do I need to pay in full for my Goods arriving from China before Canada Customs will release my good?
Release on Minimum Documents (RMD) allows importers to obtain release of their goods by presenting data for interim accounting. Full accounting data and payment are not required at the time of release but they ...Read Article
I have an Ocean Shipment coming from India. My Shipper advised that the next vessel departure will be at the end of the month. How long will it take for my container to reach its final destination which is Toronto and can A & A arrange for door delivery for this shipment after arranging customs clearance?
A & A is here for you. Yes we can do Customs Clearance for you and arrange the door delivery for you all the way to your required place. Normally if all goes fine, it should take about 45 days or so.Read Article
The NAAHP implements controls to prevent aquatic animal diseases from being imported into Canada and safeguards Canada's natural aquatic animal resources.Read Article
If the animal is listed on the website: http://www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/aquatic-animals/diseases/susceptible-species/eng/1327162574928/1327162766981, you will require an Aquatic Animal Health Import Permit ...Read Article
Do I need a permit to bring into Canada an aquatic animal which is on the Susceptible aquatic animals list as a pet?
No, the permit is not required if it is as a pet or for personal use.Read Article