Canadá / Kanada
Below is a list of the documents you will need when planning an international removal to Canada:
We recommend providing these as soon as possible to reduce delays with your removal to Canada. Late receipt of documentation can lead to missed shipments, additional charges and penalties at Canadian Customs. For your own protection, we will almost never ship your goods without the above in place.
Wedding "trousseau" means goods acquired for use in the household of a newly married couple, but does not include vehicles, vessels or aircraft; wedding "gifts" means goods of a non-commercial nature received by a person as personal gifts in consideration of that person's recent marriage or the anticipated marriage of that person within three months of the person's return to Canada.
Wedding trousseau and gifts may be imported duty and tax free providing:
A bride's trousseau / gifts owned by, in the possession of, and imported by a recently married person or a bride-to-be whose anticipated marriage is to take place within 3 months of the date of her return to Canada or has taken place no more than 3 months prior to arrival in Canada.
Click on the links below to download useful documents:
To help you keep on track with your international removal.
For use if you need to provide a removal packing list or moving inventory yourself for your international removal service.
For use if you need to find out the volume of your move before making an enquiry. Remember when doing an international move, to allow a little more space for loading volume.
For use for you to better describe the requirements of your move. This outlines all the things that a professional international removal company would need to know to physically move your goods.
If you're taking out insurance with us, download this form, complete it and email it back to your international relocation manager.
We always recommend speaking directly to the relevant embassy for the most accurate and up to date moving advice:
Pearson is vastly experience in international removals to cities all over the globe. Their long history and detailed knowledge of different countries makes them the perfect choice for your move. Here are some of the most popular destinations we are asked to move people to in Canada:
Calgary (Alberta), Edmonton (Alberta), Vancouver (British Columbia), Surrey (British Columbia), Winnipeg (Manitoba), Saint John (New Brunswick), St. John's (Newfoundland and Labrador), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Toronto (Ontario), Ottawa (Ontario), Mississauga (Ontario), Brampton (Ontario), Hamilton (Ontario), London (Ontario), Markham (Ontario), Montreal (Quebec), Québec (Quebec), Laval (Quebec), Saskatoon (Saskatchewan), Regina (Saskatchewan)
If you’re moving to Canada, it’s very likely you’ll have to exchange a large amount of currency. Many people waste thousands doing this through their bank as they think there is no alternative; but we partner with FC Exchange who specialise in doing just this. FC Exchange will offer all Pearson customers preferential rates when exchanging currency and guarantee to beat other rates you’re receiving. Ask one of our move managers about this, or click here to find out more...
We always advise taking out an insurance policy with us on every move. Although we like to think we’re the best in the industry, the odd accident can occasionally happen. For added peace of mind, make sure to speak to one of our move managers about this.
If you have already contracted us for your international removal to Canada, then you can download the insurance form and email the completed form back to your international relocation manager.
Below is a list of the documents you will need when planning to move your vehicle to Canada:
These documents will be required when planning to relocate your pet to Canada:
Think very carefully before moving these items to Canada. Items on this list will be taxed and/or require specific permission to import. In all cases they must be declared prior to you relocating to Canada:
Do not move any of these items to Canada:
Disclaimer: Customs regulations can change at any time with or without notice. This information is provided as a guide only. While Pearson has exercised reasonable care in publishing this information, Pearson makes no representation, either expressed or implied, as to its accuracy or applicability.