Quebec, Canada – The Canada Border Services Agency, Quebec Region is reporting 4,469 drug seizures were made in 2022 at all ports of entry in Quebec.
Examples include. 42.5 kg of cannabis was seized on February 17 and March 17 at the Montréal International Mail Processing Centre. The drugs were turned over to the RCMP. 13.5 kg of heroin found on travellers from South Africa were intercepted on 12 and 16 May at Montréal-Trudeau airport, passenger operations. Two seizures of LSD (12.5 ml and five doses) were made in September and October at the Stanstead border crossing. Travellers were charged $440 in penalties. 77 kg of ketamine, concealed in a commercial shipment from Germany was seized by the CBSA at Montréal-Trudeau Airport, commercial sector on October 20.
The Quebec Region has 87 points of service including 32 land border crossings (five designated commercial offices), nine marine offices (including the ports of Montreal and Quebec City), six railway terminals, 25 international and secondary airports and one mail processing Centre.
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