Canada applies different tariff rates to costumes. “Articles of fancy dress” (for example, those used as theatrical costumes) are subject to tariffs of almost 20 percent, while “festive, carnival or other entertainment articles” are imported tariff-free. Our best advice? Avoid the confusion, and stick to the cardboard Halloween costumes.
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