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The Canada Customs and Revenue Agency provides a full range of services at Canada’s international borders. Customs officers process travelers and commercial goods. They also monitor and control the importation of firearms, drugs, and other goods.
The following are some questions and answers on most common calls and questions.
Planning a trip or a purchase in Canada? The Canada customers and Revenue Agency’s Exchange Rates Web site will definitely be of interest to you. This site gives you the opportunity of converting foreign currency, from 20 countries, and the Canadian dollars. The best place to exchange your U.S. dollars is at a local bank in Canada, most communities have a bank within the town you are visiting. You can get the current rate of exchange at a local bank in Canada.
HIGHWAY & ROAD INFORMATION
For 24-hour up to date recorded highway conditions information: call 1-900-451-4997
Customs Border Crossing
United Stated Citizens: Do not need passports or visa to enter Canada, but proof of citizenship such as birth certificate or passport, should be carried. Proof of residence, such as a driver’s license, should also be carried.