Various controlled items are acceptable and can be mailed. They should be properly prepared, comply with applicable mailing standards and comply with government regulations. North America logistics provide transportation of controlled items, here is a list of a few of them:
- Tobacco And Vaping Products
Tobacco and vaping products are not allowed to mail from one region or province to another. You can check the Tobacco and Vaping Goods Act for getting more information about their shipping rules.
If you wish to ship weapons, call the Canadian Weapons Center to see whether it is permissible to ship or not. You can get in touch at 1-800-731-4000.
- Drugs And Other Controlled Substances
Drugs, Tobacco and other controlled substances are regulated by the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act and Food and Drugs Act. the Department of Justice’s website is available to provide information on Cannabis for medical purposes or Cannabis Act and Regulations.
- Medical Or Biological Materials
The medical or biological materials which you wish to ship should not be contagious, poisonous, or prohibited under the Food and Drugs Act, Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act or any applicable law. Both packaging and labeling specifications must be fulfilled by the products. See section 2.2.5 Liquid and dry patient specimens (human or animal) of ABCs of Mailing for getting more detail on biological or medical content.
- Liquids, Powders And Liquefiable Substances
Fluids, oily compounds, liquefying compounds and powders must be properly packaged to comply with all shipping criteria. See Section 2.1 suggestions for getting more information on wrapping and packing.
- Perishable Items
Perishable products must be properly packed to satisfy all mailing specifications.
See Segment 2.1 for getting more detail on how
ABC shipping products should be packed and bundled.
Customers seeking to send live animals must follow some requirements of Canada Post and do an agreement prior to mailing. See Section 2.2 requirements for the shipping of live animals.
The transportation of certain fruits, bark, seeds, plant parts, and the soil is regulated by the Plant Protection Act and Convention on International Trade. You can get in touch with the following for more detail:
- CANADIAN WILDLIFE SERVICE
- CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY
- PLANT HEALTH DIVISION
- PERMIT OFFICE
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