Canada and the U.S. have named the members of the international authority that will oversee the construction of the new publicly owned bridge connecting Windsor, Ont., and Detroit.
CTA welcomes further initiatives aimed at bringing greater benefits to trusted traders and cross-border travellers in accordance with the commitments outlined under the Beyond the Border Action Plan.
The Minister of International Trade shares the CTA’s position that increases to the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) fees will hurt Canadian truckers and put a dent in cross-border trade.
Are you a cross-border carrier or owner-op that isn’t very happy with a 200-percent fee hike from the USDA to cross the border? Do you agree with us that the fee itself is inconsistent with NAFTA?
Canada’s meat processors, packers and suppliers are the latest businesses to echo the trucking industry’s serious concerns with theUSDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s (APHIS) inspection fee hikes
Legal opinion adds further credence to the objections raised by CTA to significantly increase AQI fees on all trucks crossing into the U.S. CTA’s concerns are also reflected in the Government of Canada’s own official comments