Lumber Trade Fuels Economic Growth in Canada
Lumber is an essential trade commodity, both now and historically, in Canada. In the 19th Century, lumber accounted for a significant portion of Canadian trade.
When Irish Eyes were Smiling
The History of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has its beginnings in the Canada US Free Trade Agreement (CUSFTA).
CONSTRUCTION WORKER RETIREMENTS:
CHALLENGES AND NEED FOR ENHANCED EFFICIENCIES!
Recent reports indicate Canada's construction industry may experience a period of levelling off over the next decade; however there are some significant exceptions.
HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF TARIFFS BREAKDOWN
If you’ve ever imported anything from another country, you’ll probably have dealt with tariffs at some point. Whether it’s just to pay duty and taxes, or trying to classify the items you’re bringing in, tariffs play a role in ensuring your items are imported compliantly.
HOW TO FILE AN AES FOR VEHICLE EXPORTING
On October 3rd, 2014, the U.S. Census Bureau instated a new requirement for vehicle exports to be filed in the Automated Export System (AES).
A.D. RUTHERFORD IN THE TAB SPOTLIGHT
Royal is the President of A.D. Rutherford International and has been a TAB member since 2013. In this video, he shares with TAB how his Board has helped him improve the business.