In places like the US where many states now allow for medicinal and recreational CBD, you would think it would be easy to jet from one state to another with your cannabis on hand. This is not the case, unfortunately. Even if you’re flying from one legal state to another, for example, from Oregon to nearby California, you still are prohibited from bringing any psychoactive cannabis on board, and may even be penalized for certain CBD-rich products.
Since you will be crossing from one country to another, you can rightfully expect tighter security measures. Governments can easily get involved, which can put you in serious situations with the law. Some countries are more lax than others, with certain territories sustaining major prison sentences and even the death penalty for cannabis possession. So make your decision wisely.
This is why it is never advised to fly internationally with any potentially illegal substance, even if it is a non-psychoactive product such as CBD. You can do your due diligence and read up on international laws, but generally, it is not something worth getting in trouble for.
Anyone flying will be permitted to bring the maximum legal possession limit of 30 grams of recreational cannabis with them on a flight, so long as it is within Canada.