OTTAWA, Ontario – Canada will transfer $115 million in tariff revenues collected on imports from Russia and Belarus to help Ukraine repair its power grid damaged in a barrage of Russian attacks. Canada revoked the Most-Favored-Nation (MFN) status for imports from Russia and Belarus on March 2 and imposed import tariffs of 35 percent on virtually all goods. Freeland’s office noted that the major sources of the tariff revenues were collected on plywood, fertilizer, nickel and tires.
baltic birch plywood
MISSISSAUGA, Ontario – Thomes Canada Ltd., which lays claim to being the largest distributor of Baltic birch plywood in North America, will exhibit its products and value-added services at the 2022 Woodworking Machinery & Supply Conference & Expo.