Canadian border agents tell Americans to leave their guns at home
DETROIT — Canada has a message for Americans: Don’t bring guns across the border.
The Canada Border Services Agency made the plea Monday after border services officers discovered undeclared weapons five times — four incidents involving Michigan residents — since Jan. 10, CBSA spokeswoman Jean D’Amelio Swyer said.
“Don’t bring your guns into Canada,” Swyer said emphatically. “Leave your firearms at home. But if by chance they do have a firearm in the car, it is imperative that they declare it.”
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