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Advice Needed: Connection in YYZ into the US

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I'll be flying from China into Toronto (YYZ), then onto Boston. For the YYZ layover, I have 1 hr 30 min. Wondering will I have to dash like mad to catch the connection?

Also, will I need to first collect checked baggage, then line up at immigration and re-check the bags afterward? How efficient is the Customs clearance usually?

I'm a US citizen if that makes a difference.

Thanks in advance! This will help me decide if I will use a big suitcase (if there's enough time for dealing with the checked baggage) or stick to a carry-on (not ideal but will have to make do rather than miss my flight).

Sorry to repost here. I posted in the US section at first but seems not to be able to re-classify the message to another forum.

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