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Bringing Cigarettes into Canada

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How many can i bring and how much are tax and duties
6 years ago, October 28th 2007 No: 1 Msg: #21609  
im in the phillippines right now (been here for six months) and ive discovered that cigarettes are very cheap here. im returning to canada in a week...does anybody know how many cigarettes im allowed to bring back and the duties and tax for anything over the duty free amount?
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6 years ago, October 30th 2007 No: 2 Msg: #21738  
N Posts: 15
Hi. Hope this helps...

Duty free limit: 200 cigarettes, 200 tobacco sticks, 50 cigars, and 200 gram loose tobacco.

Duty on over the limit: $15 per carton of cigarettes, $7 per 200 tobacco sticks, $6 per 200g loose tobacco. In addition, you will have to pay provincial tobacco tax and provincial sales tax. (Sorry, I don't have specifc tax information for the different provinces.)

Finally, if you go over the personal $ exemption limit, you will have to pay GST. Reply to this

5 years ago, November 28th 2008 No: 3 Msg: #55987  
Hello to HomerJS
I am told a single pack of cigarettes cost about $10 in Canada. Is that true? Reply to this

5 years ago, December 8th 2008 No: 4 Msg: #56988  
B Posts: 30
Ciggies in Canada are rather expensive....and there is a law in effect now against advertising them so if you go to a store, expect all the ciggies to be behind a cover....You'll have to know what you want or will spend some time trying to figure it out.

But yes, they are around $10/pack.
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