$800 Food Fine Dismissed As CBSA’s Accused Of Profiling

A Winnipegger fined $800 by Canada Border Services Agency for carrying a home-cooked meal through airport customs has had her penalty dismissed by a federal tribunal. The latest ruling comes amid allegations of racial profiling in a separate case before the Federal Court of Appeal: ‘I had no idea it was forbidden to bring food into the country’.

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