Canadian lawyers advise against lying about cannabis use at borders

Photographer: Tuur Tisseghem

Photographer: Tuur Tisseghem


“Al Larocque says he’s always been truthful when crossing the border,” wrote Guy Quenneville for CBC News on October 30, 2018.

Quenneville continued, “But if the Fruitvale, B.C., resident is asked by U.S. border agents if he’s ever smoked marijuana, he knows what he’s going to do. 

“I’m going to lie,” he said Tuesday.

Larocque lives just north of B.C.’s border with Washington state, a boundary he crosses several times a year to reach his winter home in Arizona.​”

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