Toronto is full of handmade goods.
Some are imported from the U.S., but many are made by hand.
This week, the Canadian government unveiled a national guide to the handmade goods category.
“Handmade goods are a small percentage of the total handmade goods that are exported to Canada,” said Heather Stirling, a spokesperson for the Canadian International Trade Office.
“The handmade goods section of the National Customs Bulletin is aimed at identifying the products, products categories, and products subtypes that may be imported or produced by Canadians.”
It’s a great place to start.
But there are plenty of others, too.
“There are a number of smaller categories, like woodworking, which is probably the largest,” said Stirling.
“You can’t really find them in the Customs Bulletin.
You have to look in the website.”
The National Customs Bureau also offers a free online tool called the Canadian Manufacturers Association’s List of Manufacturers and Crafts, which includes a list of manufacturers and a list by country of their makers.
It’s not perfect, however.
It only lists manufacturers that are listed in the Official Trade Register, which doesn’t cover everything made in Canada.
And the list includes more than just makers.
There are also craftshops, a category that includes furniture, toys, clothes and other items, as well as more artisan products.
“It’s a broad range of products,” said Kristy Stokan, who works in the office of the chief information officer for the Canada Border Services Agency.
“Some of these are handmade, some of these aren’t.
But the majority of it is manufactured in Canada.”
And that’s the crux of the problem.
There’s a problem with being the first on the list of handmade products, she said.
“When you get onto the list, it’s like a giant black hole.”
The problem is, there’s a shortage of imported handmade goods The problem isn’t just that there are too few handmade goods on the national list, or that the Customs Bureau doesn’t list makers in the same way that it lists manufacturers.
There is a problem in the way that we import our own handmade goods and, in turn, the quality of our handmade goods is the most important factor determining whether we’re importing or exporting them.
A big part of the reason we don’t export them is because the quality isn’t good enough.
“If you look at the quality in a product, you can make the argument that the quality is the biggest issue with the finished product,” said Chris Tinsley, a trade lawyer who has worked with the Canadian border agency for 30 years.
“And the reason is because if you’re not able to produce a quality product, then you’re just taking a risk.”
There’s an argument that some of the goods that border agents are searching for are made in other countries, or even overseas.
In a 2014 report, the CANSIM Institute for International Economics said that a large percentage of products imported from outside of the U., Europe, Asia and North America, were being sold to Canadian consumers, which would put them at a higher risk of smuggling.
And as a result, Canada has a high rate of smuggling and is not only the world’s biggest exporter of goods to the U and Europe, but also the second biggest exporters to North America.
“We export almost nothing that we don.
We export nothing that is in a high enough quality that we can’t be sold to a buyer in Canada,” Tinsling said.
And it’s a point that a lot of Canadians are willing to make.
“I’m not sure if it’s because of the Canadian consumer,” Tansley said.
But a lot more people are.
There were 4.8 million people in the country in 2014, up from 2.5 million in 2004, according to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
This means that the country has almost 6 million people that could potentially be smuggling.
That means the number of illegal people who could potentially get into Canada is higher than in any other country on Earth, according with the United Nations.
It means that a significant number of people could be living in Canada illegally.
And this has created a huge opportunity for smugglers.
According to the latest figures from the Canadian Border Services agency, from 2011 to 2016, the number imported to Canada rose by almost 40 per cent.
That’s because people who are smuggled into the country are being sold products that are less than they should be, said Stokun.
“They are being given products that they are not even aware of.
They are being put into situations where they may not be able to properly use them.”
Tins, the trade lawyer, says the problem is exacerbated when people are living in a country that has a much higher level of smuggling than Canada.
“For example, we have a huge amount of people in Canada that have been smuggled into Canada,” he said. People