Earlier this week, CTA distributed a legal memo to members regarding the potential impact of cannabis legalization on Canadian trucking companies, which included scenarios related to admissibility, and potential guilt by association for companies involved in the domestic cannabis economy.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recently issued some clarification regarding Canada’s legalization of cannabis and crossing the border, which attempts to clarify their position on the admissibility of Canadian citizens working in or facilitating the legal cannabis industry in Canada.
Based on these recent comments, CTA has updated its legal memo to account for CBP’s recent statements on cannabis legalization, and the potential impact it could have on Canadian trucking companies.
A copy of the updated memo will be made available to CTA members upon request. Members can request a copy of the document by contacting their provincial association through the contact information listed below.
Alberta Motor Transport Association: firstname.lastname@example.org
Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association: email@example.com
British Columbia Trucking Association: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manitoba Trucking Association: ADolyniuk@trucking.mb.ca
Ontario Trucking Association: email@example.com
Quebec Trucking Association: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saskatchewan Trucking Association: email@example.com