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Canada Border Services Agency’s internal launch to remodel tax collection of import goods rescheduled

Ottawa/IBNS: The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has rescheduled its internal launch of phasing in Assessment and Revenue Management (CARM) digital initiative plan to modernize tax collection of import goods.

Canada: Alberta RCMP fines 7 Americans for stopping to sightsee in Banff National Park

Alberta/IBNS: Seven tickets were issued by Alberta Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to Americans who stopped in Banff National Park in Alberta to see the sights last week despite Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA)'s current rules which bans non-essential travel between Canada and the United States till July 21, media reports said.

Canada Border Service Agency seizes over 1,400 kg of suspected cannabis

Ottawa/IBNS: Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said it has seized more than 1,400 kilograms of suspected cannabis from two locations in the Greater Toronto Area, CBSA reports said.

Canada looking at reuniting families separated due to border closure: Justin Trudeau

Ottawa/IBNS: The reunion of the families separated due to the Canada-U.S. temporary border closure, is being looked into by Canada's federal government through a slight change in the directives for the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Friday, media reports said.

CBSA seizes millions of dollars from Vancouver Airport in recent years

Vancouver Sept 15 (IBNS): The Canadian Border Services Agency in recent years has seized millions of dollar in undeclared cash at the Vancouver International Airport, the second busiest airport of the country.