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Tentative PSAC Agreement: CBSA Workers Secure 15.7% Wage Increase Over 4 Years

The four-year PSAC agreement spans from June 2022 to June 2026 and comes after nearly two years without a contract.

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Cargojet and Great Vision Introduce China-Canada Charter Service to Boost E-commerce

The new scheduled charter service between China and Canada will strengthen relations and capitalize on China’s growing e-commerce market.

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Deadline Approaches for Canadian Rail Labor Strike Decision

TCRC is preparing a new strike vote as the current mandate expires, while CIRB evaluates the impact of a potential Canadian rail strike.

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The U.S. Expands Chinese Import Ban Over Uyghur Labor

The ban prohibits imports from companies allegedly linked to Uyghur forced labor in China as part of the U.S.’s ongoing efforts to eradicate forced labor from supply chains and uphold global labor rights.

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CBSA Strike on Hold as Talks Resume

The temporary suspension of the CBSA strike provides a critical window for continued mediation and the hope of reaching a fair and reasonable agreement for all parties involved.

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CBP Tightens Regulations on Low-Value Imports from China

U.S. Customs has increased the enforcement of regulations on low-value imports from China, suspending several brokers to address non-compliance and control exploitation of the de minimis threshold.

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Potential CBSA Workers Strike Threatens Canadian Border Disruptions This Summer

Union representatives anticipate disruptions at Canadian borders this summer following a decisive strike vote by CBSA members.

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Increased Import Tariffs on Electric Vehicles and Solar Cells from China

The revision of import tariffs on Chinese goods aims to protect national economic interests and offset unfair trade practices.

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Registering for the import-export (RM) program accounts transferred to CBSA

The CRA no longer handles the registration and maintenance of import-export program (RM) accounts, which are now managed by the CBSA under the CARM program.

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FDA Sets July 1 Deadline for Cosmetics Importers to Register Facilities and Products

By July 1, 2024, cosmetics importers and manufacturers must register their facilities and list their products with the FDA. This applies to all facilities involved in the production or processing of cosmetics for the U.S. market.

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