A sign warning travellers about crossing international borders with cannabis is seen at the Ottawa International Airport in Ottawa, Canada. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong works with Canada to curb cannabis smuggling at source amid spike in trafficking after legalisation

  • Amount of drug taken by Customs and Excise Department in first five months of year almost equals total taken in 2018
  • Packages sent by post on rise as city officials aim to stop trafficking at source
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A sign warning travellers about crossing international borders with cannabis is seen at the Ottawa International Airport in Ottawa, Canada. Photo: Reuters
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