For your convenience and reference, check out the customs requirements that may affect your shipment:
Canada Customs Invoice. Each shipment must have Canada Customs invoice. The exporter is responsible to issue and supply these documents. This is for the customs official to verify the value, the content and the quantity of shipment.
NAFTA Certificate of Origin. The NAFTA Certificate of Origin is used by Canada, Mexico, and the United States, including Puerto Rico, to determine if goods imported into their countries receive reduced or eliminated duty as specified by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
NAFTA Statement of Origin for LVS. NAFTA "LOW VALUE" ORIGIN STATEMENT is used if goods are valued at less than $1600 Canadian, the formal Certificate of Origin is not required.
Exporter Statement of Origin. This statement should be completed and signed by the Exporter in the beneficiary country where the goods were completed.
Permission for Special Purpose. The Regional Director General of CBSA may authorize a Form C6 in certain cases, such as to allow an importer or broker to open a parcel in a warehouse to get documents that are needed to release goods.