Travelers Warned On Haggis

A Vietnamese-Canadian airline passenger broke federal law in failing to declare five cans of ready-to-eat haggis, a tribunal has ruled. The violation netted an $800 fine by the Canada Border Services Agency, earlier accused of racial profiling in targeting non-Caucasian air travelers: “Look at the names”.

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