Bringing Goods to Canada for Personal Use
Most things that visitors bring into Canada for personal use during their visit will be considered "personal baggage" by Canada Customs. Some examples are food, fishing tackle, cars, boats and motors, snowmobiles, fuel, sports equipment, television sets, musical instruments, computers and cameras.
Visitors are not allowed to carry a weapon, such as a firearm or mace, or any other device to be used against humans, for self-defense in Canada. Contact information about the restrictions on importing firearms is provided in another section on this page.
You may bring bona fide gifts worth up to $60.00 in Canadian funds each for your friends or family in Canada without paying duty, provided these do not consist of tobacco or alcoholic beverages.
When flying into Canada the following items are NOT PERMITTED:
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