Be prepared for screening. Please ensure that all liquids, gels and aerosols in your carry-on baggage are in containers of 100ml or less and placed in a clear, 1L resealable bag. Click here for more information about carry-on baggage requirements.
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Canned or jarred goods containing both solids and liquid that clearly contain less than 100 ml of liquid (e.g., can of tuna) are permitted in carry on, once screened and cleared by the Screening Officer. Canned and jarred goods that have more than 100 ml of liquid (e.g., large jar of olives) should be packed in checked baggage.
Recreational cannabis: Passengers are responsible for knowing the laws and regulations in effect at their destination within Canada. For more information, visit https://www.canada.ca/cannabis. Liquid and topical forms are subject to liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) restrictions in carry-on baggage, and must be placed with other LAGs in a 1-litre clear closed and re-sealable plastic bag.
Cannabis for medical purposes: The amount of cannabis you carry must be in accordance with the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations. For more information, see Health Canada’s Guide to Understanding the Regulations. Cannabis oil is permitted in carry-on in a quantity of more than 100 ml when used for medicinal purposes, and you will need to remove it from your carry-on and present it to the screening officer at the entry to pre-board screening. However, if the amount of oil is 100 ml or less, it is to be placed in a 1-litre clear bag with other liquids, aerosols and gels.
Please Note: Flying outside of Canada with cannabis is illegal. For more information, visit https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/cannabis-and-international-travel
Carry-on baggage: Car parts are permitted if they are empty and cleaned of all fuel.
Checked baggage: Your air carrier may agree to transport, in checked baggage, either empty equipment that has never contained a flammable liquid or equipment that has previously contained a flammable liquid if specified and adequate measures have been taken to nullify any hazard. Contact your air carrier for specific instructions on the nullification of dangerous goods hazards.
Firearms, firearm parts, real ammunition and cartridges are not permitted in carry-on baggage under any circumstances. Certain items may be transported in checked baggage if properly packaged and approved by the air carrier. All firearms, firearm parts, ammunition and cartridges must be declared to the air carrier during the check-in process. For more details on how to transport these items in your checked baggage, please contact your air carrier. Passengers may also contact the Canada Firearms Program website.