News Forestry General
June 15, 2020  

CBSA launches investigations into plywood from China

Complaint alleges Canadian industry is facing an increase in the volume of the dumped and subsidized imports.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 27, 2020  

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.

Feature Government Manufacturing Economy General
May 14, 2020  

Dumping protection: SIMA amendments take on trade cheats

Manufacturers are empowered to deal with unfair foreign competitors more effectively.

News Manufacturing General
September 5, 2019  

Trade tribunal investigates bias in search for third shipyard

Heddle wants the search for a third shipyard suspended pending results.

News Manufacturing General
August 26, 2019  

Feds amend shipyard search after complaint about Davie bias

Heddle Marine alleged several requirements were not legitimate or reasonable – and would disqualify virtually every yard but Davie.

News Government Manufacturing General
November 28, 2018  

Tribunal orders feds to postpone $60B warship contract

Rivals challenge Lockheed Martin’s winning bid through CITT, federal court.

News Construction Manufacturing General
February 27, 2017  

Fort McMurray homeowners to be compensated for hiked drywall duties

Construction firms complained the tariffs were hampering efforts to recover from last year’s wildfire.

News Government Manufacturing General
February 21, 2017  

CBSA launches investigation into unfair silicon metal pricing

Quebec Silicon complaint also includes claims of subsidies; several countries involved.

News Construction Manufacturing General
January 5, 2017  

CITT says barriers must remain on dumped US drywall imports

US-made product has injured the Canadian industry; floor price with permanent variable duties established.

News Construction Manufacturing General
January 4, 2017  

Fort McMurray rebuild after wildfire awaiting drywall trade ruling

Canadian International Trade Tribunal to rule on whether to make duties of up to 276% on US drywall imports permanent.

News Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
March 30, 2016  

China found to be dumping steel pipe in Canadian market

Canadian Steel Producers Association happy with decision; duties of up to 351.4% to be imposed.

News Manufacturing Metals General
April 28, 2015  

CITT holds inquiry into rebar tariffs hurting BC builders

They complain construction project prices will jump because of the added costs.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
February 4, 2015  

CBSA investigates China’s ‘dumping’ of solar panels

“Reasonable indication” it has cause injury to the domestic industry.

News Metals Operations
September 9, 2013  

CBSA investigates steel plate dumping following Essar complaint

Alleges Canadian production of hot-rolled carbon and high-strength low-alloy steel plate product is harmed.

News Metals Business Operations Operations
August 21, 2013  

Steel wire from China, Israel and Spain not causing harm

Canadian International Trade Tribunal says no to countervailing duties.