During the past 24 hours, media across Canada are reporting on the reversal of the recent US border ban policy that barred Canadians engaged in the legal cannabis industry from entering the US.
VANCOUVER—Canadians who work in the domestic cannabis industry will be allowed free entry to the United States according to an update made quietly on Tuesday to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s policy on cannabis and the border…read more (Toronto Star)
OTTAWA – Canadians who are employed or invest in the legal cannabis industry should not anticipate any issues crossing the U.S. border, as long as the purpose of their trip has nothing to do with the marijuana industry, says the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency….read more | VIDEO (CTV News)
OTTAWA — Working in Canada’s legal pot industry won’t deprive you of a Disney World holiday but the U.S. government’s about-face for cannabis employees doesn’t change anything for Canadians who admit to legally smoking marijuana after next week….read more (The National Post)
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