CBSA launches investigations into plywood from China
Complaint alleges Canadian industry is facing an increase in the volume of the dumped and subsidized imports.
Canada initiates dumping probe of steel imports from five countries
Involves hot-rolled carbon steel heavy plate and high-strength low-alloy steel heavy plate.
Dumping protection: SIMA amendments take on trade cheats
Manufacturers are empowered to deal with unfair foreign competitors more effectively.
Feds work on new policies to stop illegal shipments of garbage
Environment Canada and the Canada Border Services Agency are looking at what can be done.
RCMP originally planned to arrest Meng Wanzhou on plane: defence
Alleges a “co-ordinated strategy” to have the RCMP delay the arrest, so that border officials could question her as a “routine immigration check.”
CBSA, Montreal port tests blockchain to tug shipping into digital age
But data sharing depends on co-operation among competitors and security remains an open question.
Canada launches second drywall dumping complaint investigation in two years
US manufacturers accused of dumping 54-inch gypsum boards, distorting the Western Canada market.
Canada gives border security extra powers to crack down on cheap steel, aluminum
More flexibility to determine whether prices in countries of origin are reliable or distorted.