I just started back to work last week, and its looking like I will
need to take a one day business trip from Boston to Toronto. I have
studied the logistics of finding space, fridges, and keeping milk
cold during the day, and know how I am doing security checkpoints
from Boston to Toronto.
Now I am working on the return trip, when I will (hopefully!) have
three or four 5oz bottles of milk. I looked on the Canadian website,
and it says that breastmilk is allowed in carry-on baggage for
travelers with children. However, I won't be traveling with my
little one, so I am trying to find out if its still allowed? I know
the US ditched the requirement that you must have a child with you,
but can't tell if Canada did the same.
I'm looking for both anecdotal evidence and also something that I
can print out to bring with me through security. My other option of
course is to just bring a travel sturdy bag that my cooler can
travel in and check the bag. Of course, this means I risk having the
bag lost, and have extra waiting time at the end of an already long
day waiting for baggage.
Has anyone done this recently?