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February 15, 2019


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Andee Shuster

It's because of our low crime rate that people are freaking out about this isolated incident. That and the fact that it was poorly communicated to the public until the article in The Suburban came out. The Police Commander's comment of "clearly someone high on dope" is ridiculous. We CSLers often joke that the police force at Station 9 have the easiest post on the island. I'm glad to live in our safe city and am grateful to CSL Public Security, VCops, and the Police for helping to keep it that way.

Robert Stevenson

CSL residents are very fortunate to live in a "relatively" crime free community. Do not fool yourselves in believing there is no crime, there are issues, but not as many as in other areas of the island of Montreal. Knowing this Commander, the residents can be certain that they have a police officer in place with a lot of experience and an understanding of the particularities of this area. Have faith. Possibly fact-check the "clearly someone high on dope" for clarification on the comment.

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