Canada travel information: Local laws and customs
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Advice current as at 4:00 am 18 Feb 2018.
Don’t attempt to bring meat, animal or dairy products into Canada at any time without declaring them to the customs authorities. Banned food products will be confiscated and you could be fined. For more information see the website of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency
You must declare any visit to a farm within 14 days of arrival.
Local laws can vary depending on the province or territory you are visiting.
For more information on customs regulations in Canada visit the website of the Canadian Border Services Agency.
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Visitors/Tourists: 16,014,000 in 2011
French (official language) 22%
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Population: 883,391 (in 2011)
Largest City: Toronto