Behind the scenes at the CBSA Lab: Using great chemistry to protect our borders
Showcasing the work of chemists.
(Scientist Patrick on screen)
Hi, I'm Patrick. Here to show you the important work we do here as chemists
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at the CBSA Lab. Think of us as detectives
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who find even small amounts of illegal materials,
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such as drugs, in seized items;
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who test alcohol, tobacco and cannabis
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to make sure they meet legal requirements;
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and who examine imports
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to identify the precise materials they are made of
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to collect the right tariffs.
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The work we do here helps keep our communities
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safe and our economy strong.
(Patrick on screen)
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We are always on the lookout for new talent.
For more information, search "corporate jobs" on our website.
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