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Shipping to Canada
If you need to send a package to Canada from the US, Parcel Monkey can help you find the cheapest shipping to Canada in just a couple of clicks.
Simply tell us the weight and dimensions of your package and our free shipping calculator will provide you with quotes from a range of international couriers so you can compare prices to find the best deals.
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Best way to ship to Canada
If you're looking for the best way to ship to Canada from the US, Parcel Monkey can help.
Whether you're looking for the cheapest way to ship to Canada or the fastest, our simple shipping calculator, will help you compare prices, delivery times and tracking information from a range of reliable courier companies.
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Customs advice for shipping to Canada
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) oversees international travel and trade across Canada’s border, including inspecting packages sent to Canada from international destinations and collecting customs fees where due.
When you send a package to Canada from the US you will be required to complete a customs declaration form, detailing the contents and value of your package, however, we’ll guide you through this during the booking process.
Any item sent via courier or mail to Canada may be subject to Goods and Services Tax (GST) and/or duty. The Canada Border Services Agency calculates taxes based on the value of the item being shipped, the type of goods and the country of export. Depending on the goods, other taxes could also apply, including excise tax on luxury goods.
You do not have to pay GST on the following goods that are imported into Canada:
Goods worth CAN$20 or less
Gifts from family members or friends who live abroad when the worth is CAN$60 or less.If the gift is worth more than CAN$60, the recipient will have to pay any applicable duty and/or taxes on any amount over CAN$60.
- Unsafe children's jewellery, toys or clothing
- Baby walkers
- Jequirity beans (often found in art or beadwork)
- Illegal drugs
- Obscene material
- Hate propaganda
There are strict laws around importing food, plant and animal products to Canada. You can find more detailed information about what food products can be imported to Canada from the US here.