Travellers Who Don’t Declare Cannabis At The Border Will Soon Face Fines
Scofflaws could be hit with penalties ranging from $200 to $2,000.
Starting Monday, travellers who lie about carrying marijuana over the Canadian border could face fines.
Recreational cannabis has been legal in Canada since the fall of 2018, but it’s illegal to bring it across the border without a permit or exemption.
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