Article by CTV News
Two people are facing charges after border officers seized what is believed to be cannabis at the border in New Brunswick.
The Canada Border Services Agency says officers found two large bags containing 2.5 kilograms of suspected cannabis inside the travellers’ vehicle at the port of entry in Woodstock on May 26.
Detector dog Keo and her handler assisted the CBSA officers with the seizure.
The two travellers, who are from the United States, were arrested at the border and turned over to the RCMP. They are facing charges under the Cannabis Act for possession for the purpose of selling and unlawful possession for importation.