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Question Bringing a boat into canada

I am forced,thanks to storms named after a redneck and an english woman, to abandon my sailing plans next week and go on a driving trip instead.

Having acquired a new dinghy tender and motor, I am thinking of playing around on a lake in Nova Scotia. Anyone ever bring just their inflatable to Canada? Do I need to do anything special or is a bill of sale good enough?

The inflatable is 8foot 3 inches and the motor is a 3.5 hp.
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