What You Need to Know About Travelling With Weed
If you are planning to travel to Canada with weed, here are the key things you should know:
It’s illegal to bring cannabis (and products containing cannabis) across the Canadian border – so don’t!
When traveling by plane within Canada, you’re allowed to bring a personal possession limit of 30 grams – this is according to the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority. Any more than that and security must call the police. When driving, the laws vary from province to province so it’s best to check out and know the laws where you’re traveling. For example, in Ontario, your weed must be both away from the driver and riders and unopened in its original packaging.
Just like entering Canada, the same applies when leaving: it’s illegal to bring cannabis (and products containing cannabis) across the Canadian border – so don’t!
In summary, Canada has legalized recreational cannabis use (yay!), but there are still laws that must be followed.
Research the laws specific to the city or region you’re visiting, transport it in a safe and legal manner, consume it responsibly, and most importantly do not bring it in or take it out over the Canadian border.
Now you know the rules, let’s get rolling: Canada Weed Tours has all the info you need to plan your perfect weed holiday in Canada.