New phytosanitary requirements for the export of Canadian pine wood to China

March 3, 2022

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Update March 01, 2022: China Customs has confirmed that containers carrying pine wood (Pinus spp.), including lumber and logs, are not allowed to transship (be taken off an inbound vessel and loaded onto a second vessel) through unapproved ports, en route to an approved port listed below.

Notice to Exporters and Brokers – Export and Brokering of items listed on the Export Control List and the Brokering Control List to Russia

February 26, 2022

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Canada remains deeply committed to supporting Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. Canada remains concerned by the Government of Russia’s ongoing aggression, destabilizing activities and escalation.

Canadian international merchandise trade, December 2021

February 15, 2022

In December, Canada's merchandise imports rose 3.7%, while exports were down 0.9%. As a result, after posting six consecutive monthly surpluses, Canada's merchandise trade balance returned to a deficit position. It moved from a surplus of $2.5 billion in November to a deficit of $137 million in December, a position considered to be essentially balanced...