CBSA / CFIA FEES FOR CARGO INSPECTIONS

 
Food, animals, plants and plant products imported to Canada are monitored and inspected by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and/or the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to prevent the introduction of diseases and pests that could pose a risk to the country’s health, wildlife, pets, livestock, crops, forests, lakes, rivers and oceans.

The CBSA and/or the CFIA charges fees for some inspection and quarantine services. Examples include:

? Grain and Grain Products … i) each lot: $13.00 ii) maximum per destination per day: $65.00

? Nuts … i) each lot: $18.00 ii) maximum per destination per day: $90.00

? Outdoor Household Articles – including flower pots, garden tools and equipment … i) each lot: $33.00 ii) maximum per destination per day: $165.00

? Tires … i) each lot $43.00 2820 ii) maximum per destination per day: $215.00

? Used Equipment / agricultural and construction equipment, conveyances … i) each lot: $43.00 ii) maximum per destination per day: $215.00

? Wood Packaging Material / Cargo Containers – where the inspection is carried out to detect the presence of pests other than the Asian Gypsy Moth … i) each lot $18.00 ii) maximum per destination per day: $90.00

The inspection fees are subject to GST.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has published fees applicable to these examinations at:
Food, Plant and Animal Inspections

Additional information concerning examinations is found in the Omnitrans Library at:
Examinations and Food Safety, Animal Health & Plant Protection.