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Burin Peninsula motorists charged for improperly transporting cannabis | The Western Star

Burin Peninsula motorists charged for improperly transporting cannabis | The Western Star

MARYSTOWN, N.L.

Cannabis may be legal now in Canada, but there are numerous regulations surrounding its transportation and use.

Two motorists on the Burin Peninsula learned about one of those laws in recent days, according to a release issued by the RCMP on Tuesday, Oct. 23.

Between Oct. 20-22, police stopped two vehicles in the region and charged the drivers under the Cannabis Control Act for having cannabis that was not properly sealed.

One of the drivers was a 21-year-old female from Garnish, while the other was a 20-year-old male from Marystown.

A quantity of the drug was seized, according to the release.

The RCMP is reminding the public that to transport cannabis in a vehicle it must be in the package in which it was purchased with an unbroken seal.

It also cannot be readily available to any person in the vehicle unless that individual is a passenger in a bus or taxi.

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