How Much Liquor Can I Bring into Canada?


A person going to Canada has a limited amount of liquor that they can bring into the borders of Canada. One must also be at least 19 years old in order to bring in alcohol. One can bring in 1.5 liters of wine or 40 oz of liquor.
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When you're going into Canada, you are allowed to bring in 40 oz. of liquor or twenty-four 12 oz. cans or bottles of beer or 1.5 litres of wine without paying duties or taxes. No more than 45 litres is allowed to be brought in, and you must be 19 years old to import alcohol into Ontario, eh. You can find more information at
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