Look at the main page of this web site - there is a step-by-step guide at the bottom. The only difference now is that it is also possible to send non-USDA-endorsed zoosanitary certificate with the shipment, and have one endorsed later by USDA who will then fax a copy to the relevant CFIA import center. That faxed copy must be at the import center by the time the shipment arrives at Canada Customs (this too is described on the main page of this site).
The biggest delays are related to incomplete or inaccurately filled out paperwork, and courier companies losing that paperwork.
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