International Trade Compliance

D10-15-27, Tariff Classification of Safety Headgear of Subheading 6506.10

December 29, 2017

This memorandum outlines the CBSA’s administrative tariff classification policy of safety headgear.

This memorandum outlines the CBSA’s administrative policy with respect to safety headgear of subheading 6506.10.

This memorandum is available on the CBSA website.

D18-2-1, Imported Tobacco Products and the Return of Canadian Manufactured Tobacco Products

November 25, 2017

This memorandum describes the packaging, stamping and labelling requirements and procedures for weighing imported tobacco products when determining customs duties. It also outlines the procedures to be followed for the return of Canadian manufactured tobacco products.

D10-15-26, Goods to be employed in a Noxious Atmosphere

October 16, 2017

Ottawa, September 22, 2017

This memorandum outlines the CBSA’s interpretation of the expression “to be employed in a noxious atmosphere” throughout the Customs Tariff, and supersedes Departmental Memorandum D10-15-23, Interpretation of “Noxious Atmosphere” for Gloves under Tariff items 3926.20.10 and 4015.19.10 dated July 7, 2014.

Customs Notice 17-32, Release of new interpretative policy D10-15-26 “Goods to be employed in a noxious atmosphere” and cancellation of D10-15-23

October 16, 2017

Ottawa, September 22, 2017

1. The Canadian International Trade Tribunal, in its decision of the AMD Ritmed Inc. v. President of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), appeal (AP-2014-013/015), found that hospital environments fall within the term “noxious atmosphere”.

Canada Gazette - Official Regulations (CETA)

October 16, 2017

The following was published in Part II of the Canada Gazette, Extra No. 1 on September 7, 2017:

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