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Originally Posted by Cark View Post

Thanks for making that clear. 

So 18% is the duty rate for everything coming into Canada? or just clothing? (then what is the rate for non-clothing goods?)

that's just clothing and shoes [most clothing and shoes, that is].

the actual tariff table is overwhelmingly exhaustive, you can try and find a rate table by googling [or trying dutycalculator.com], but it's kind of an overwhelming task.

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Originally Posted by kingofthefall View Post

Canadian as well. I bought some Story Et Fall chelseas from a US dude off Grailed. He was adamant about shipping via UPS so I asked him to declare the value as $50 and he did.

Says in my tracking that I owe $106 in duties/taxes upon arrival. Why is this happening?

this happens sometimes, they might have read the declared price wrong, which strangely has happened to me a few times with Canada Post this year.
post #887 of 889

Any canadians have experience with singapore post? Waiting for a package for almost a month now

post #888 of 889

not sure if discussed but apparently sunglasses are not part of the De Minimus value of 800. 

 

"Sunglasses at any value require FDA clearance and an entry was required to be submitted.  The fee you were charged was the duties accessed to the value of the shipment.  You are correct on non FDA shipments where an entry would not be required for items under 800.00 USD.  FDA does not fall under that De Minimus and are strict on the commodity being shipped versus the value. We have to comply with all government agencies and their requirements.  If you have any further questions please feel free to contact me.  Thank you."

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http://www.ctvnews.ca/business/canada-europe-cheer-ceta-as-countermeasure-to-isolationism-1.3286091

Well, it's [finally] happening.

Too late for SS17 to be affected, but by FW17 Canadian stores will be able to offer EU pricing.

[trying to contain my excitement]
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