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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 2(Paragraph 13(1)(b), subsection 15(1), section 15.2, paragraph 16(1)(b), subsection 16(3), section 17.1, paragraph 18(1)(b), subsection 18(3), section 19.1, paragraph 20(1)(b), subsection 20(3) and section 21.1)Data Relating to Cargo

PART 1Marine Mode — Carrier

  • 1 
    Numeric code that identifies the movement of the goods (also known as the “customs procedure, coded” or the “application type” for marine cargo)Footnote *
  • 2 
    Report numberFootnote *
  • 3 
    [Repealed, SOR/2015-90, s. 42]
  • 4 
    Bill of lading number (also known as the associated transport document number)Footnote *
  • 5 
    Conveyance report number (also known as the conveyance reference number)Footnote *
  • 6 
    Cargo control numberFootnote *
  • 7 
    Voyage numberFootnote *
  • 8 
    Number, type and size of each cargo container (also known as equipment)Footnote *
  • 9 
    Seal number of each cargo containerFootnote +
  • 10 
    Whether each cargo container is empty or full (also known as empty or loaded)Footnote *
  • 11 
    Vessel name
  • 12 
    Carrier code
  • 13 
    Name and address of the persons who cause the goods to be transported on board the vesselFootnote +
  • 14 
    Name and address of ultimate consigneeFootnote +
  • 15 
    Place (country, city and port) where the carrier takes possession of the goods in a foreign country, known as the place of acceptance or place of receipt
  • 16 
    Port of loading
  • Estimated date and time of loading
  • 17 
    Port of arrival in Canada
  • 18 
    Arrival terminal in Canada
  • 19 
    Customs office of manifest origin in Canada (also known as the customs office of declaration or port of report)
  • 20 
    Customs office of manifest destination in Canada (also known as the customs office port of discharge)
  • 21 
    Place of destination (also known as the place of delivery) listing the country, city and port
  • 22 
    Delivery addressFootnote *
  • 23 
    Description of the goodsFootnote *Footnote +
  • 24 
    Quantity of the goodsFootnote *Footnote +
  • 25 
    Weight of the goods and unit of measurementFootnote +
  • 26 
    Supplementary data required indicator, which indicates if a supplementary report will be sentFootnote +
  • Return to footnote *to be determined in accordance with the specifications set out in the Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document

  • Return to footnote +item of information not required in relation to empty cargo containers

PART 1.1Marine Mode — Freight Forwarder

  • 1 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the movement of the shipmentFootnote *
  • 2 
    Primary cargo control number — Number assigned by the carrier that operates the vessel, beginning with its carrier code, to the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the carrier and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 3 
    Number assigned by the freight forwarder to the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the freight forwarder and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 4 
    Secondary cargo control number — Number assigned by the freight forwarder, beginning with its carrier code, to identify the shipment
  • 5 
    Manifest quantity and qualifier — Number and nature of pieces indicated on the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the freight forwarder and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 6 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the mode of conveyanceFootnote *
  • 7 
    If a cargo container contains all or part of the shipment

    (a) the number that identifies the cargo container, and

    (b) the number assigned by the carrier that describes its size and type

  • 8 
    Description of the goods in the shipment
  • 9 
    The Customs Tariff item number that applies to each good in the shipment
  • 10 
    Each UN number listed in column 1 of Schedule 1 to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations that applies to a good in the shipment
  • 11 
    Volume of the shipment and unit of measurement
  • 12 
    Weight of the shipment and unit of measurement
  • 13 
    Name and address of the shipper of the shipment
  • 14 
    Name and address of the consignee of the shipment, every delivery address and name of every person to be notified, as indicated on the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the freight forwarder and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 15 
    Description of all markings on the outer packaging of the shipment, if any
  • 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 — Carrier

  • 1 
    Numeric code that identifies the movement of the goods (also known as the “customs procedure, coded” for air cargo)Footnote *
  • 2 
    Conveyance reference numberFootnote *
  • 3 
    Cargo control number (also known as the master air waybill number)Footnote *
  • 4 
    Itinerary routing of the cargo using the airport codes (also known as the routing and destination — location) and the airline codes (also known as the routing and destination — carrier) of the International Air Transport Association or the International Civil Aviation Organization
  • 5 
    Carrier code
  • 6 
    Name and address of the persons who cause the goods to be transported on board the aircraft
  • 7 
    Name and address of the ultimate consignee
  • 8 
    Part arrival reference number in the case of a split shipmentFootnote *
  • 9 
    Place (country, city and terminal) where the carrier takes possession of the goods in a foreign country (also known as the place of receipt or place of acceptance)
  • 10 
    Port of loading
  • 11 
    Customs office of declaration in Canada (also known as the port of report)
  • 12 
    Place of discharge in Canada
  • 13 
    Place of destination (country, city and terminal of destination)Footnote *
  • 14 
    Delivery destination name and addressFootnote *
  • 15 
    Description of the goodsFootnote *
  • 16 
    Equipment identification numberFootnote *
  • 17 
    Flight number
  • 18 
    Manifest quantity and qualifierFootnote *
  • 19 
    Quantity and qualifier of the cargo to be loaded on the aircraftFootnote *
  • 20 
    In the case of a split shipment, the quantity and qualifier of the cargo loaded on the aircraftFootnote *
  • 21 
    Volume of goods and unit of measurement
  • 22 
    Weight of the goods and unit of measurement
  • 23 
    Split shipment indicator, which indicates whether a split shipment report will be sent or whether the report is a split shipment reportFootnote *
  • 24 
    Supplementary data required indicator, which indicates if a supplementary report will be sent
  • 25 
    [Repealed, SOR/2015-90, s. 45]
  • 26 
    Ramp transfer indicatorFootnote *
  • 27 
    Dangerous goods codeFootnote *
  • Return to footnote *to be determined in accordance with the specifications set out in the Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document

PART 2.1Air Mode — Freight Forwarder

  • 1 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the movement of the shipmentFootnote *
  • 2 
    Primary cargo control number — Number assigned by the carrier that operates the aircraft, beginning with its carrier code, to the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the carrier and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 3 
    Secondary cargo control number — Number assigned by the freight forwarder, beginning with its carrier code, to identify the shipment
  • 4 
    Manifest quantity and qualifier — Number and nature of pieces indicated on the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the freight forwarder and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 5 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the mode of conveyanceFootnote *
  • 6 
    Description of the goods in the shipment
  • 7 
    The Customs Tariff item number that applies to each good in the shipment 
  • 8 
    Each UN number listed in column 1 of Schedule 1 to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations that applies to a good in the shipment
  • 9 
    Volume of the shipment and unit of measurement
  • 10 
    Weight of the shipment and unit of measurement
  • 11 
    Name and address of the shipper of the shipment
  • 12 
    Name and address of the consignee of the shipment, every delivery address and name of every person to be notified, as indicated on the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the freight forwarder and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 13 
    Description of all markings on the outer packaging of the shipment, if any
  • Return to footnote *to be determined in accordance with the specifications that are set out in the Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document

PART 3Highway and Rail Modes — Carrier

  • 1 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the movement of the shipmentFootnote *
  • 2 
    Cargo control number — Number assigned by the carrier, beginning with its carrier code, to identify the shipment
  • 3 
    Code provided by the Agency to indicate every condition that applies to the carriage of the shipment and that is listed in the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the carrier and that relates to the carriage of the shipmentFootnote *
  • 4 
    Manifest quantity and qualifier — Number and nature of pieces indicated on the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the carrier and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 5 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the mode of conveyanceFootnote *
  • 6 
    In the case of a shipment that was transported by vessel from a location outside Canada or the United States to a port in the United States and that will then be transported by a highway conveyance or a rail conveyance from the United States to Canada without passing through any other country, the ocean bill of lading number (the number assigned by the carrier that operated the vessel to the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that was issued by that carrier and that relates to the carriage of the shipment on board the vessel)
  • 7 
    Estimated date of arrival of the conveyance in Canada
  • 8 
    Foreign address where the shipment is transferred to the carrier that will transport it to Canada, if that address is different from the shipper’s address
  • 9 
    Foreign address where the shipment is loaded onto the conveyance that will transport it to Canada
  • 10 
    If a cargo container contains all or part of the shipment or is an empty cargo container that is for sale,

    (a) the number that identifies the cargo container,

    (b) the number assigned by the carrier that describes its size and type, and

    (c) the seal numbers for it, if any

  • 11 
    Consolidation indicator that indicates whether the shipment consists of more than one shipment for which a freight forwarder is responsibleFootnote *
  • 12 
    Description of the goods in the shipment
  • 13 
    The Customs Tariff item number that applies to each good in the shipment
  • 14 
    Each UN number listed in column 1 of Schedule 1 to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations that applies to a good in the shipment
  • 15 
    Weight of the shipment and unit of measurement
  • 16 
    Name and address of the shipper of the shipment
  • 17 
    Name and address of the consignee of the shipment, every delivery address and name of every person to be notified, as indicated on the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the carrier and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 18 
    Customs Self-Assessment (CSA) indicator that indicates whether the importer of the shipment has given written instructions to the carrier to submit a request to the Agency under paragraph 32(2)(b) of the Act for its release and, if so, the importer’s business numberFootnote *
  • 19 
    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 *
  • 20 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the location where the shipment will be unloaded from the conveyance in CanadaFootnote *
  • 21 
    Location where the release of the shipment will be sought
  • 22 
    Description of all markings on the outer packaging of the shipment, if any
  • Return to footnote *to be determined in accordance with the specifications that are set out in the Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document

PART 4All Modes — Freight Forwarder

  • 1 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the movement of the shipmentFootnote *
  • 2 
    Primary cargo control number — Number assigned by the carrier that operates the conveyance, beginning with its carrier code, to the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the carrier and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 3 
    Secondary cargo control number — Number assigned by the freight forwarder, beginning with its carrier code, to identify the shipment
  • 4 
    List of all secondary cargo control numbers for shipments for which the freight forwarder is responsible that are to be transported to Canada on board the conveyance
  • 5 
    Code provided by the Agency to indicate every condition that applies to the carriage of the shipment and that is listed in the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the freight forwarder and that relates to the carriage of the shipmentFootnote *
  • 6 
    Manifest quantity and qualifier — Number and nature of pieces indicated on the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the freight forwarder and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 7 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the mode of conveyanceFootnote *
  • 8 
    If a cargo container contains all or part of the shipment

    (a) the number that identifies the cargo container,

    (b) the number assigned by the carrier that describes its size and type,

    (c) the seal numbers for it, if any, and

    (d) the name and address of the person who placed the shipment in it

  • 9 
    Consolidation indicator that indicates whether, under a bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the carrier, the shipment is consolidated with other shipments for which another freight forwarder is responsibleFootnote *
  • 10 
    Description of the goods in the shipment
  • 11 
    The Customs Tariff item number that applies to each good in the shipment
  • 12 
    Each UN number listed in column 1 of Schedule 1 to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations that applies to a good in the shipment
  • 13 
    Weight of the shipment and unit of measurement
  • 14 
    Name and address of the shipper of the shipment
  • 15 
    Name and address of the consignee of the shipment, every delivery address and name of every person to be notified, as indicated on the bill of lading, waybill or similar document that is issued by the freight forwarder and that relates to the carriage of the shipment
  • 16 
    Code provided by the Agency to identify the location where the shipment will be unloaded from the conveyance in CanadaFootnote *
  • 17 
    Location where the release of the shipment will be sought
  • 18 
    Description of all markings on the outer packaging of the shipment, if any
  • 19 
    Carrier code of the carrier
  • 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. 15 to 20
  • SOR/2011-48, s. 6
  • SOR/2015-90, ss. 15, 16(E), 17 to 19, 40 to 48
 
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