How marijuana legalization will impact your travel plans

“Even though cannabis has been legalized across the country, travellers need to be vigilant if they decide to travel with the drug,” says THiA Executive Director, Will McAleer. “People work hard to enjoy their vacations and should be aware of all implications before they travel, regardless of whether they decide to travel with marijuana or not. The most popular travel destination for Canadians is the U.S., a jurisdiction where it is illegal under federal laws to possess cannabis in any form.”

Many insurers are taking the position that marijuana will be treated similarly to alcohol in terms of travelling within Canada. Which means airlines will allow passengers to carry up to 30 grams of marijuana on domestic flights after October 17th. However, it is the U.S. borders and travelling outside of Canada that Canadians must be informed about. Even though cannabis is legal in some states,

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