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May 29, 2023

What are the Import Taxes in Canada From France?

Julien Mainguy

French and based in Vancouver since 2014, Julien Mainguy is the co-founder of Best of France. Passionate about the cultural difference between Canada and Europe, he is leading numerous projects to create awareness, help people grow, and bring communities together.

Goods imported into Canada from France are generally taxable at the rate of 5% under the GST, except for goods designated as non-taxable imports.

As a result of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union, goods imported from the EU benefit from reduced rates of duty. You can view the tariff table that applies to your imported goods with this interactive tool.

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