Passengers told to bring paperwork and be prepared to talk to the police.

After more than a decade of confusion at Canada's airports, the country's air transport security authority is now providing guidance to passengers travelling with prescription cannabis.

The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority website, updated yesterday, now tells people travelling with prescription pot to be prepared to show medical documentation and that screening officers are obliged to call police to verify the paperwork.

That is, unless the airport doesn't have officers on site.

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Alison Crawford ~ CBC News via 420Intel.com ~

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