CBSA seizes four handguns at Chief Mountain – reminds travellers to leave guns at home
By leaving firearms at home or declaring them at the first opportunity, travellers eliminate the risk of penalty or prosecution.
CBSA officers in southern Alberta have seized 26 undeclared firearms in 14 separate incidents this year, as of July 3.
Most firearms seized at CBSA land ports of entry are from U.S. travellers seeking entry to Canada.
The Chief Mountain border crossing is located in Waterton Lakes National Park, north of Glacier National Park.
Canada Border Services Agency
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