I.E. Canada has developed a helpful list of resources and FAQ's
for our membership.
Additionally, we have 3 active principal committees focused on import, export and food and agricultural matters. Finally,a dedicated group of member experts regularly convene on various technical and trade chain partner consultations on border systems and processes.
I.E Canada represents members’ views and concerns to government. We understand that effective and sustainable solutions are best reached through collaboration with governments and other stakeholders.
With our combined reputation and network, we can mutually extend our reach,and have a greater impact on the future of our industry.
Our members have their fingers on the pulse of Canadian Importing and Exporting news and reports, including government policies and
Our members benefit from I.E. Canada's depth of industry knowledge and are better able to adapt to changing global rules and practices, shifting trade patterns, and new technologies.
WE SERVE BUSINESSES WHO DEPEND ON THE MOVEMENT OF GOODS ACROSS CANADA’S INTERNATIONAL BORDERS
I.E. Canada is a national, non-profit organization representing importers and exporters and committed to ensuring that trade regulations, policies and processes allow businesses to import and export efficiently.
Who we service
Businesses who depend upon the movement of goods across Canada’s international border.
We bring together a trusted and diverse environment that brings parties together to influence government policy that impacts the movement of goods across Canadian international borders.
Promise / Mission
For over 90 years, we are a trusted facilitator between business and government to inform and influence outcomes of policy and real-world application for the movement of goods across Canada international borders.
Ensuring the smooth flow of goods across borders today goes well beyond filling out the proper customs paperwork and paying the applicable duties and taxes. At the global and national levels, a vast array of initiatives intended to address security, as well as health and safety and environmental concerns, are impacting the international movement of goods.
Drawing upon the experience and expertise of its members, I.E.Canada tackles a broad range of issues from the modernization and simplification of customs procedures to export controls to food and consumer product safety.
I.E. Canada’s most recent public comments are posted on our In Action page.