Recreational cannabis is now legal in Canada. However, there are a few things Canadians need to be aware of if they are crossing into the U.S. border. Read more about what’s going on at the border in regard to marijuana by browsing the articles we’ve curated on this page. If you are facing a cannabis-related legal issue such as a ban from the U.S., contact Roadlawyers for professional legal advice in Alberta.
Admitting to consuming cannabis or working in the industry can cause intense questioning at the border, refusal of admittance, or a ban for life.
To help you navigate the murky waters of changing cannabis and national-security laws, here’s our guide to crossing the Canada-U.S. border, just in time for Labour Day weekend.
A Vancouver businessman banned for life from entering the United States over his investments in American marijuana companies says he plans to seek a waiver that permits him to cross the border.
Canadian cops are going back to high school. Sort of.
If you have a medical marijuana card, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals says that you can’t buy a gun.