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Travelling with cannabis is confusing and frustrating right now. We don't know everything yet, but we're working to create the guide that'll help clear things up. Let us be your light.
👋 Disclaimer: This guide is written for educational purposes only. It does not provide specific legal advice and should not be used as a substitute for competent legal counsel from a licensed attorney in your state or country. Because we don't know everything just yet.
The need to know for know
“It is illegal to bring cannabis into Canada. If you do have cannabis or products containing cannabis with you when you enter Canada, you must declare them to the Canada Border Services Agency. If you do not declare cannabis products when you enter Canada, you can face enforcement action, including arrest and prosecution.” — Government of Canada
“The legalization of cannabis in Canada did not change Canada’s border rules. Taking cannabis or any product containing cannabis across Canada’s international borders is illegal and can result in serious criminal penalties both at home and abroad. This is the case even if you are travelling to places that have legalized or decriminalized cannabis.” — Government of Canada
What you're allowed to carry
You can take 30 grams of dried cannabis in your carry-on luggage or your checked luggage within the country. Make sure you’ve got your goods stored in their government containers, with the appropriate labelling still intact. Cannabis oil is also subject to the liquid restrictions – 100ml (3.4 oz.) or a smaller container permitted in your carry-on.
Only carry the legal stuff
You can only carry legal formats of cannabis - flower, tinctures, pre-rolls, capsules and sprays.
It should also be noted
In the case of a domestic flight, if your flight has to divert to a U.S. airport, where arriving in possession of cannabis is not legal, and you’re refused entry into a country because you have cannabis in your possession, you alone will be responsible for the consequences, including for payment of your return trip home.
In regards to Cannabis
“TSA officers do not search for cannabis. The screening procedures are focused on security and detecting potential threats. In the event a substance appears to be cannabis or a cannabis-infused product, they’re required by federal law to notify law enforcement. This includes items that are used for medicinal purposes.” — TSA
And our good friend CBD
“Products/medications that contain hemp-derived CBD or are approved by the FDA are legal as long as it is produced within the regulations defined by the law under the Agriculture Improvement Act 2018,” a section states. This should apply to flying with oil cartridges for vaporizers, as long as the oil is hemp-derived.” — TSA
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