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Old 19.12.2012, 13:17
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Now Canada is going to hell

I think Lost-Inbroad wanted to move to Canada? How can you move to a country experiencing a massive crime wave....


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MONTREAL — There have been arrests in the case of a massive maple syrup heist, police announced Tuesday as they celebrated a break in their months-long multi-jurisdictional search for the stolen sticky stuff.
Three people have been detained in connection with the theft of a large quantity of the national condiment from a warehouse in Quebec.
Police also seized vehicles suspected of being used in the illicit trafficking of the stolen syrup, along with equipment like scales and electronic lifts.


Those arrested are expected to face charges Tuesday in a Trois-Rivieres courtroom of theft, conspiracy, fraud and trafficking in stolen goods.
There are arrest warrants out for five other people.
“This investigation is not over,” Claude Denis of the Quebec provincial police said.
“It’s ongoing, and other arrests could follow.”
Officers from the RCMP, the Canada Border Services Agency and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement assisted the Quebec provincial police in the investigation — which featured interviews with 300 people in the maple syrup industry in Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and the northern U.S.
Police never disclosed the exact amount of maple syrup reported stolen in August.
But it’s known the loot came from a warehouse containing Quebec’s maple syrup stockpile, which was supposed to have been holding 4.5 million kilos valued at $30-million.
The theft was discovered during a routine inventory check at the warehouse belonging to the Quebec Federation of Maple Syrup Producers in St-Louis-de-Blandford, Que.
Most of the breakfast bootie has now been found.
“Two-thirds of stolen syrup was recovered,” Denis said.
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Old 19.12.2012, 13:21
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MONTREAL — There have been arrests in the case of a massive maple syrup heist, police announced Tuesday as they celebrated a break in their months-long multi-jurisdictional search for the stolen sticky stuff.
Three people have been detained in connection with the theft of a large quantity of the national condiment from a warehouse in Quebec.
Police also seized vehicles suspected of being used in the illicit trafficking of the stolen syrup, along with equipment like scales and electronic lifts.


Those arrested are expected to face charges Tuesday in a Trois-Rivieres courtroom of theft, conspiracy, fraud and trafficking in stolen goods.
There are arrest warrants out for five other people.
“This investigation is not over,” Claude Denis of the Quebec provincial police said.
“It’s ongoing, and other arrests could follow.”
Officers from the RCMP, the Canada Border Services Agency and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement assisted the Quebec provincial police in the investigation — which featured interviews with 300 people in the maple syrup industry in Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and the northern U.S.
Police never disclosed the exact amount of maple syrup reported stolen in August.
But it’s known the loot came from a warehouse containing Quebec’s maple syrup stockpile, which was supposed to have been holding 4.5 million kilos valued at $30-million.
The theft was discovered during a routine inventory check at the warehouse belonging to the Quebec Federation of Maple Syrup Producers in St-Louis-de-Blandford, Que.
Most of the breakfast bootie has now been found.
“Two-thirds of stolen syrup was recovered,” Denis said.
They're from the province of Quebec...it's not really Canada.
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Old 19.12.2012, 13:23
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Re: Now Canada is going to hell

Make sure to tell that to an Immigration official when you go apply for your visa. (or are you actually Canadian?)
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Old 19.12.2012, 13:32
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Old 19.12.2012, 13:46
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“Two-thirds of stolen syrup was recovered,” Denis said.
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It's a real sticky situation.

I pancake any more of this. It's been simply waffle.
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Old 19.12.2012, 13:53
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Re: Now Canada is going to hell

I think we all need to just syrup and think...
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Old 19.12.2012, 13:59
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MONTREAL — There have been arrests in the case of a massive maple syrup heist, police announced Tuesday as they celebrated a break in their months-long multi-jurisdictional search for the stolen sticky stuff.
Three people have been detained in connection with the theft of a large quantity of the national condiment from a warehouse in Quebec.
Police also seized vehicles suspected of being used in the illicit trafficking of the stolen syrup, along with equipment like scales and electronic lifts.


Those arrested are expected to face charges Tuesday in a Trois-Rivieres courtroom of theft, conspiracy, fraud and trafficking in stolen goods.
There are arrest warrants out for five other people.
“This investigation is not over,” Claude Denis of the Quebec provincial police said.
“It’s ongoing, and other arrests could follow.”
Officers from the RCMP, the Canada Border Services Agency and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement assisted the Quebec provincial police in the investigation — which featured interviews with 300 people in the maple syrup industry in Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick and the northern U.S.
Police never disclosed the exact amount of maple syrup reported stolen in August.
But it’s known the loot came from a warehouse containing Quebec’s maple syrup stockpile, which was supposed to have been holding 4.5 million kilos valued at $30-million.
The theft was discovered during a routine inventory check at the warehouse belonging to the Quebec Federation of Maple Syrup Producers in St-Louis-de-Blandford, Que.
Most of the breakfast bootie has now been found.
“Two-thirds of stolen syrup was recovered,” Denis said.
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Old 19.12.2012, 14:24
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Make sure to tell that to an Immigration official when you go apply for your visa. (or are you actually Canadian?)
As long as I enter in Ontario, I'm good to go.
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Old 19.12.2012, 14:27
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Re: Now Canada is going to hell

Don't kid yourselves, there are cities in the Prairie provinces and in the far north with high violent crime rates unlike anything in Switzerland.
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Old 19.12.2012, 14:38
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Re: Now Canada is going to hell

If you've never been to Horsefly, then you've never been to Canada.
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If you've never been to Horsefly, then you've never been to Canada.
Cariboo Country...

When your city has "Tactical Paramedics", you likely aren't in Schwiiiiz anymore...
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Re: Now Canada is going to hell

true. Montreal is quite different from the rest of Canada.
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Old 23.12.2012, 17:57
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Hope they trow the book at them "Pan Cake for dummies "
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Old 23.12.2012, 17:57
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Re: Now Canada is going to hell

Canada may not be going to hell but there are a lot of people who probably think the politicians responsible for these new laws should be

http://www.globalnews.ca/highway+blo...507/story.html
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Old 23.12.2012, 18:05
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Re: Now Canada is going to hell

Harper is becoming a dictator .He has to go
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