Prohibited Items

In The Following list you will find prohibited items

  • Items which is prohibited by law (e.g., illegal, obscene, fraudulent) for which the importing or mailing contravenes an Act of Parliament

  • That contains products or substances that could:
    * Cause injury to those handling the shipment
    * Cause damage to postal equipment.

  • Any person using the mail for the delivery of any one of the following items commits an offence:
    articles that are obscene, indecent, immoral or scurrilous

  • Special messages sent to any person with the intention to obtain money under false pretense.

  • False representation on any customs document is considered an offense.

  • Tobacco products are unavailable to send unless they are imported in limited quantities for personal use

  • Weapons or Firearms (including imitation and replica firearms).

  • (Alcoholic drinks).

  • Drugs and other controlled substances.

  • Medical/Biological materials The material must not be infectious, poisonous, or otherwise prohibited under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act, Food and Drugs Act or any other applicable law. If permitted for mailing,

  • Perishable items Fish, meat, fruit, vegetables or other perishable items must be properly prepared and meet applicable requirements for shipping

  • Liquids, liquefiable substances, fatty substances and powder, must be properly prepared and meet applicable requirements for shipping.

  • Unavailable to send Live animals unless the shipment has entered a related Agreement.

  • Unavailable to send Dead animals or their parts, including, for example, the whole carcass, the antlers of a deer, hides, pelts, nests or eggs, may be acceptable for shipping, provided all applicable requirements are met. For information, please contact us.

  • Additional information may also be required from the relevant provincial government authority
    If permitted to be mailed, the package must meet the following requirements:
    * The contents must not leak or emit offensive odours.
    * The cover of the package must bear a full, accurate description of the contents.
    * The name and address of the shipper must be identified.
    * The number of any permit under which the contents were taken must be specified.

  • Artworks, antiques, stamps as collector elements, convertible trading papers, precious metals,precious stones, industrial diamonds are Prohibited

  • Money and other valid payment methods are Prohibited.

  • It is prohibited to shipping all toxic compressed gases such as chlorine and fluorine.

  • All non-flammable compressed gases such as carbon dioxide, nitrogen, helium, nitrogen and fire extinguishers.

  • Weapons games, swords, knives, unreal bombs, and other objects that can be used as weapons.

  • Flammable liquids Alcohol, perfumes, acetone, benzene, kerosene, car fuel, battery fluids, gasoline, fuel lighters, cleaning compounds Candida and disinfectants.

  • Compressed or liquid gases or under pressure Do not ship at all flammable, combustible gases such as the lamps that have the ability to explode, butane, cigarette lighter, or gas cylinders Gas cylinders filled or empty Products of ammonia, hydrogen, methane, propane and others.