Canadian officials are announcing the seizure of cocaine at the Blue Water Bridge last month. The Canada Border Services Agency says 50 bricks of suspected cocaine was discovered at the bridge in a tractor trailer Monday, November 18th. The truck was driven by a Markham, Ontario man who was referred for a secondary inspection while attempting to enter Canada. During the inspection, cocaine was found in boxes weighing a total of about 50 kilograms. The 52 year old suspect was taken into custody and is facing charges including importation of a controlled substance and possession with the intent of trafficking. The investigation is ongoing.