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Taxation - Customs and excise - Customs - Tariff classification - Imports - By type of product - Redeterminations and appeals - Appeals - Canadian International Trade Tribunal - Federal Court

Thursday, October 20, 2016 @ 8:00 PM  

Appeal by the Attorney General of Canada from a judgment of the Federal Court of Appeal setting aside a decision of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT). The Court had to determine whether hockey gloves, for customs tariff classification purposes, constituted a “glove, mitten or mitt”, oran “article of plastics”. The CITT concluded that certain blockers and catchers imported by the respondent Igloo Vikski Inc. were each classifiable as a “glove, mitten or mitt”. The Federal Court of Appeal, however, held that those blockers and catchers...