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The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) facilitates the flow of legitimate travellers and trade. The Agency also enforces more than 90 acts and regulations that keep our country and Canadians safe.
Help protect Canadians from the 2019 Novel Coronavirus
Travellers returning to Canada from Hubei province, China, may have come in contact with the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. Inform a CBSA officer whether you have travelled to this area or if you have a fever, a cough or difficulty breathing. If you develop these symptoms within 14 days of your arrival in Canada, contact your health care provider. They need to know about your recent return from China.
For the latest and most up-to-date information, visit Canada.ca/coronavirus. Canadians travelling abroad are encouraged to consult the Travel Health Notice for China. Canadians can also contact the new coronavirus information line at 1-833-784-4397.
Beware: Scammers posing as CBSA employees
If you have received a call from 1-800-461-9999 or any other 1-800 number, it isn't the CBSA calling. CBSA employees do not contact the public by phone. This is a scam. Never give your social insurance number over the phone.
Learn more about how scammers pose as CBSA employees.
To report scams, please contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.
CBSA seizes suspected cocaine found in a commercial aircraft2020-01-27 - News release
The CBSA announced today the seizure of over 20 kilograms of suspected cocaine at the Toronto Pearson International Airport.
CBSA and Mohawk Council of Akwesasne launch collaboration to improve border crossing experience at Cornwall port of entry2020-01-08 - News release
The CBSA and Mohawk Council of Akwesasne (MCA) are pleased to announce the launch of a co-developed strategy to improve the border crossing experience at the Cornwall port of entry.
Services and information
Useful tools to help your crossing go smoothly.
Apply for or renew your membership. Discover the NEXUS program.
Make sure you have the proper identification to confirm you are allowed to enter Canada.
Going through customs and coming home to Canada.
What are duty and taxes. Personal exemption limits. Get an estimate for imported personal goods.
Information and resources for planning your visit.
Before you travel, verify the requirements for what you can bring into Canada.
Importing or travelling with your pet or service animal.
Find out if you are eligible to enter Canada.
Programs and services to speed up your trip across the border.
Information and services for non-residents visiting, settling in or doing business with Canada.
Verify your identity and make an on screen declaration when arriving at one of Canada's busiest international airports.
Commercial reporting requirements for unreleased goods.
Review applicable tariffs for specific goods.
Information and resources to help you import commercial goods.
Information and resources to help you export commercial goods.
Save time and money with our electronic tools for businesses.
Commercial carriers, freight forwarders, licensed customs brokers, sufferance warehouses, duty-free shops and passenger transportation.
Information, services and programs for trade facilitation and compliance.
Importing, exporting, resources, contact information
Vehicles, boats, weapons and firearms. Importing by mail or courrier.
Help the CBSA locate individuals subject to an active Canada-wide arrest warrant.
Programs and services that ensure trade security and manage access to Canada.
Corporate documents, customs notices, D Memoranda, forms, guides and brochures.
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