In The News

Canada planning technological fixes to make crossing the border faster

January 25, 2022

Facial recognition, advance customs declarations, electronic gates are among the planned changes

Zipping through the Canada-U.S. border in 15 seconds. Facial recognition cameras at the airport to open an electronic gate. Sending your declaration to customs before you even get off the plane.

Securing the supply chain or breaking it? Clash over trucker vaccine mandate grows

January 19, 2022

The problem facing supply chains isn't an epidemic of vaccine hesitancy among truck drivers but merely an exacerbation of chronic driver shortages, an industry insider says

New Zealand cheers Canada's loss in dairy dispute and calls for 'significant reform'

January 18, 2022

New Zealand said Canada needs to overhaul its approach to dairy imports because Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has repeatedly broken its promise to let foreign cheese and butter flow more freely into the country.

COVID-19 and your Business: Issue 9 | COVID-19 et votre entreprise : Numéro 9

January 14, 2022

Le texte français suit le texte anglais.

COVID‑19 corner

Ongoing pandemic support

To help your business get through the current wave of the pandemic, ongoing Government of Canada COVID‑19 support and resources are available.

COVID‑19 benefits and services

Ottawa likely to face more trade battles after losing U.S. dairy dispute, lawyers say

January 14, 2022

Trading partners around the world have made no secret of their displeasure with Ottawa's high tariffs on dairy imports

More countries are likely to pick fights with Canada over its protectionist dairy policies following a loss to the United States in a dispute over cheese imports, international trade lawyers said.