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Reporting of Imported Goods Regulations (SOR/86-873)

Regulations are current to 2019-11-19 and last amended on 2015-10-24. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 1(Paragraph 13(1)(a), subsection 14(1), paragraphs 16(1)(a), 18(1)(a) and 20(1)(a) and subsections 24(1) and 25(1))Conveyance Data

PART 1Marine Mode

  • 1 
    Numeric code that identifies the movement of the vessel (also known as the “customs procedure, coded” or the “application type” for marine conveyance)Footnote *
  • 2 
    Conveyance type code assigned by the American National Standards Institute
  • 3 
    Conveyance report number (also known as the conveyance reference number)Footnote *
  • 4 
    Vessel code number assigned by the International Maritime Organization or the Lloyd’s Register
  • 5 
    Voyage numberFootnote *
  • 6 
    Vessel name
  • 7 
    Vessel registration number assigned by the International Maritime Organization or the Lloyd’s Register and place and date of registration
  • 8 
    Carrier code
  • 9 
    Number of crew members
  • 10 
    Number of passengers
  • 11 
    Name and address of the persons who cause the goods to be transported on board the vessel
  • 12 
    Number of cargo containers on board the vessel
  • 13 
    Weight of containerized cargo and unit of measurement
  • 14 
    Weight of non-containerized cargo and unit of measurement
  • 15 
    Type and size of cargo containers (also known as equipment) using the classification of the International Organization for Standardization
  • 16 
    Whether each cargo container is empty or full (also known as empty or loaded)Footnote *
  • 17 
    All ports of call (also known as the itinerary route)
  • 18 
    Last foreign port of departure
  • 19 
    Date and time of departure
  • 20 
    Port of arrival in Canada
  • 21 
    Arrival terminal in Canada
  • 22 
    Estimated date and time of arrival in Canada
  • Return to footnote *to be determined in accordance with the specifications that are set out in the Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document

PART 2Air Mode

  • 1 
    Numeric code that identifies the movement of the aircraft (also known as the “customs procedure, coded” for air conveyance)Footnote *
  • 2 
    Conveyance reference numberFootnote *
  • 3 
    Aircraft registration number assigned by the appropriate national aviation transportation administration agency
  • 4 
    Aircraft type code assigned by the International Air Transport Association or the International Civil Aviation Organization
  • 5 
    Carrier code
  • 6 
    Flight number
  • 7 
    Date and time of departure
  • 8 
    Airport of departure (also known as place of departure)
  • 9 
    Estimated date and time of arrival in Canada
  • 10 
    Flight routing (also known as the itinerary route)
  • 11 
    Arrival terminal in Canada
  • 12 
    Airport of arrival in CanadaFootnote *
  • Return to footnote *to be determined in accordance with the specifications set out in the Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document

PART 3Highway Mode

  • 1 
    Conveyance reference number — Number assigned by the carrier, beginning with its carrier code, to identify the trip to Canada by the highway conveyance
  • 2 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the customs office in Canada at which the carrier expects a report to be made under section 12 of the Act with respect to goods transported on board the conveyanceFootnote *
  • 3 
    Estimated date and time of arrival of the conveyance in Canada
  • 4 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the mode of conveyanceFootnote *
  • 5 
    Code provided by the Agency to indicate whether the conveyance is empty or loadedFootnote *
  • 6 
    Licence plate number of the conveyance and the country and province or state of issue
  • 7 
    Licence plate number of each trailer and the country and province or state of issue
  • 8 
    Seal numbers, if any, for each cargo container on board the conveyance
  • 9 
    Manifest summary list — List of all of the primary cargo control numbers (the number assigned by the carrier, beginning with its carrier code, to a bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the carrier and that relates to the carriage of specified goods on board the conveyance)
  • Return to footnote *to be determined in accordance with the specifications that are set out in the Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document

PART 4Rail Mode

  • 1 
    Conveyance reference number — Number assigned by the carrier, beginning with its carrier code, to identify the trip to Canada by the rail conveyance
  • 2 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the customs office in Canada at which the carrier expects a report to be made under section 12 of the Act with respect to goods transported on board the conveyanceFootnote *
  • 3 
    Estimated date and time of arrival of the conveyance in Canada
  • 4 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the mode of conveyanceFootnote *
  • 5 
    Codes provided by the Agency to indicate whether the conveyance and each rail car that is part of the conveyance are empty or loadedFootnote *
  • 6 
    Number assigned by the carrier that identifies each locomotive
  • 7 
    Number assigned by the carrier that identifies each rail car
  • 8 
    Number that identifies each cargo container on board the conveyance
  • 9 
    Manifest summary list — List of all of the primary cargo control numbers (the number assigned by the carrier, beginning with its carrier code, to a bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the carrier and that relates to the carriage of specified goods on board the conveyance)
  • Return to footnote *to be determined in accordance with the specifications that are set out in the Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document

  • SOR/2005-175, s. 5
  • SOR/2005-303, s. 11
  • SOR/2006-148, ss. 12 to 14
  • SOR/2015-90, ss. 10, 11(F), 12 to 14
 
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