Canadian customs tariff
Get tariff classifications for goods you want to import into Canada. The Canadian Customs Tariff shows the preferential tariffs for products coming from countries with which Canada has a free trade agreement. It is based on the World Customs Organization’s Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System.
Services and information
Current Customs Tariff
Access to the Customs Tariff files in effect since .
Customs Tariff files 2022
Access last year's Customs Tariff files.
Guide to tariff classification for Canadian imports
A guide to help importers understand the Harmonized System, the general interpretative rules, and the principles of tariff classification.
Previous tariffs (archived)
Review past Customs Tariff files.
Rulings for tariff classification, valuation, origin, and marking
Benefits, who can request, how to request, disputes.
Learn about the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS codes).
Least developed country tariff
A guide that outlines the customs aspects under the Least Developed Country Tariff. Recommended for members of the textile and apparel industries and customs brokers.
Customs departmental memoranda
A list of all departmental memoranda, including general tariff information and tariff classification on commodities.
A list of all customs notices.
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Customs Tariff Act (Department of Justice)
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