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JaxDad

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Posted: 07/08/18 03:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

CA Traveler wrote:

JaxDad, Good to know and it sounds like a update to the in-transient policy that I posted about.

Perhaps someone knows the restrictions/limits for this policy.


It’s not an ‘update’, its been in effect for decades. In order to be able to transit “in bond” you must be a bonded commercial carrier.

Basically it’s ‘personal use’ non-commercial quantities. It’s meant for exactly the OP’s situation, a private citizen passing through Canada and will likely be leaving with at least some of what they’re entering with.

Most people don’t realize that all sorts of taxes and duties are refundable upon exiting Canada. The same applies for us Canucks heading back north.

The only caveat is that if you get a refund on a purchase, not on something you imported then leave with again, you of course have to declare it on the other side.

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