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HS Code and Harmonized Tariff Schedule of Canada
HS NoSS Description of Goods Unit of Meas.  MFN Tariff Applicable Preferential Tariffs
6307.90.3000Other made up articles, including dress patterns. - Other - Belts for occupational useKGM12%LDCT, UST,
8539.22.1000Electric filament or discharge lamps, including sealed beam lamp units and ultra-violet or infra-red lamps; arc-lamps. - Other filament lamps, excluding ultra-violet or infra-red lamps: - Other, of a power not exceeding 200 W and for a voltage exceeding 100 V - For use in the manufacture of Christmas lighting sets or patio lighting setsNMBFreeCCCT, LDCT
8541.21.0000Diodes, transistors and similar semiconductor devices; photosensitive semiconductor devices, including photovoltaic cells whether or not assembled in modules or made up into panels; light emitting diodes; mounted piezo-electric crystals. - Transistors, other than photosensitive transistors: - With a dissipation rate of less than 1 WNMBFreeCCCT, LDCT
9811.00.0000Arms, military stores and munitions of war imported by the Government of Canada in replacement of or in anticipation or actual exchange for similar goods loaned to or exchanged or to be exchanged with the governments of a foreign country designated by the Governor in Council under tariff item No. 9810.00.00.-FreeCCCT, LDCT
9806.00.0000Personal and household effects of a resident of Canada who has died, on the condition that such goods were owned, possessed and used abroad by that resident; Personal and household effects received by a resident of Canada as a result of the death or in anticipation of death of a person who is not a resident of Canada, on condition that such goods were owned, possessed and used abroad by that non-resident; All the foregoing when bequeathed to a resident of Canada.-FreeCCCT, LDCT
9829.00.0000Household furniture and furnishings for a seasonal residence, excluding construction materials, electrical fixtures or other goods permanently attached to or incorporated into a seasonal residence; Tools and equipment for the maintenance of a seasonal residence; The foregoing, on condition that: (i) the goods are imported by a person who is not a resident of Canada and who owns or leases for not less than three years a residence in Canada for seasonal use, other than a time-sharing residence, trailer or mobile home;(ii) the person is entitled to only one importation under this tariff item;(iii) the goods are for the personal use of that person or their family and are not for any commercial, industrial or occupational purpose; (iv) the goods are owned, possessed and used by that person or their family before their first arrival in Canada to occupy the seasonal residence;(v) the goods are not sold or otherwise disposed of in Canada for at least one year after the date of their importation; and(vi) the goods accompany the seasonal resident at the time of the seasonal resident's first arrival in Canada to occupy the seasonal residence or, if not imported at the time of first arrival in Canada, are, at that time, described and listed on a customs accounting document as goods to follow.-FreeCCCT, LDCT
9831.00.0000Non-commercial film, exposed or processed while a resident is abroad, and one set of prints therefrom, and non-commercial video tape recorded while a resident is abroad, imported by the resident solely for personal use and not for any business or occupational purpose and, on the resident's return to Canada, are in the possession of the resident or form part of the baggage of the resident;Commercial Canadian film, exposed abroad by a Canadian resident using Canadian equipment, not developed or processed except to the extent necessary for testing the quality of the exposed film, and commercial Canadian video tape recorded by a Canadian resident using Canadian equipment, except if:(a) with respect to the resident:(i) it is impracticable to employ a resident in exposing the film or recording the video tape and the person employed is either a technical specialist or the employment is of a casual nature; or (ii) the person is required to be employed in order to comply with the law of the country in which the exposing of the film or the recording of the video tape is carried out;(b) with respect to the equipment:(i) it is impracticable to obtain Canadian equipment;(ii) the equipment used is a replacement for Canadian equipment that has become defective during the exposing of the film or the recording of the video tape; or(iii) the equipment used is an aircraft, vessel or a vehicle rented in the country in which the exposing of the film or the recording of the video tape is carried out.-FreeCCCT, LDCT
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