Smoked Pot? Canadians Should ‘Be Honest and Tell the Truth’ at U.S. Border

The parliamentary secretary to Canada’s Minister of Public Safety says Canadians who have used marijuana legally at home should “be honest and tell the truth” when they show up at the U.S. border next year — even if it could mean being turned away.

In an interview with The West Block‘s Vassy Kapelos, Mark Holland said Canadian officials have been in “close contact” with their American counterparts about the upcoming legalization of the drug north of the border.

“Remember that the United States has many states that have legalized marijuana, so they’re dealing with this in a domestic context as well,” Holland noted.

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