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Moving or Returning Home to Canada? Here's How Your Bring Your Belongings With You

https://clearit.ca/canadian-customs-broker-blog/personal-effects-what-to-do-when-returning-or-immigrating-to-canada/
When returning or immigrating to Canada, it’s normal that you may have some personal effects you may want to bring along: clothing, furniture, appliances, books and much more.
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What does a dead TPP mean for Canada?
Canada is a signatory partner in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, just last winter, International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland signed the dotted line during a ceremony held in Auckland, New Zealand, adding Canada’s name to a long list of international partners.
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Losing Control: Why Delivery Duty Paid is Not the Best Option
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Females constitute only about 2% of seafarers #DidYouKnow 
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Shipping is so Cheap that rather than fillet its own fish, Scotland will ship its fish 10,000 miles to china to be filleted and then sent back for less than the price of doing it themselves #DidYouKnow
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Low Loonie creating more opportunities for Canadian Exports

https://clearit.ca/canadian-customs-broker-blog/low-loonie-equals-opportunities/
The heydays of a high Canadian dollar seem so far way; just a few years back, our Loonie was able to creep up to par with its American counterpart. But those days are gone.
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Hanjin’s Fall: From Korea’s Top Shipper to Near Bankruptcy
Once the world’s seventh-largest shipping company, Hanjin Shipping is on the fence and risks falling off the map – quite literally.
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CETA Clears Another Legal Hurdle, TPP practically dead
If it seems like the Trans-Pacific Partnership is practically dead and buried, Canada can breathe a little easier when it comes to the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).
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Trudeau Urged to Strengthen Canada-Mexico Relations
With the upcoming arrival of President-elect Trump in the White House, accompanied with his desire to renegotiate or simply remove the United States from international trade deals; leading experts in U.S.- Canada relations are urging Prime minister Trudeau to strengthen Canada's ties with Mexico.
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In-transit Freight Pilot Program Paying Off with Big Savings
For the past year, Canadian and American Customs officials have been observing a pilot program effectively allowing for in-transit shipments through the U.S. By in-transit, the project affects freight that has both a point of origin and destination in Canada but that passes through the United States en route to its final destination.
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Canadians & Canadian Businesses Not Always So Keen About International Trade Deals 
Recent research conducted by Livingston shows that only 31 per cent of Canadian small businesses believe that they can gain something out of existing free trade agreements (FTA) regulation that apply to importing and exporting goods.
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If you unloaded a container ship and stacked the containers on top of each other, they would reach nearly 7,500 Eiffel Towers. If you lined them up end to end, they would stretch halfway around the world #Didyouknow? 
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Clearit.ca satisfies the need for quick and affordable customs brokerage services to everyday people and small businesses not only in Canada, but around the globe. 

Every day, online shoppers and small businesses pay big Customs broker fees for small value items; and while this can be avoided all together by self-clearing your goods, it is not exactly convenient. A self-clear means a drive to-and-from your local CBSA office, filling out a stack of paperwork, the potential for steep penalties for misdeclaring, and of course a cheque for your duties and taxes. The generic customs broker service, geared towards medium and large businesses, are far too expensive and dated business model does not satisfy the current trend.

Clearit.ca is a quicker, more efficient and cost effective way to handle Customs Clearance requests for those on a budget, or with limited experience with the process. Live on-line customs agents, flat-fee service, automated duty and tax calculators, and online billing & payment are just some of the many ways clearit.ca has managed to revolutionize the customs brokerage industry.

The next time you buy something online or out of the country for yourself or your business, don’t get ripped off by FedEx, UPS, or any other customs broker, save time and money with Clearit.ca, Online Canadian Customs Brokers.

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Monday – Friday 8:00am till 7:00pm Eastern Standard Time