Saturday morning, October 7, 1972, shortly after midnight, officers from the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police), the Quebec Provincial Police (SQ, Sûreté du Québec), and the Montreal City Police Service (SPCUM, Service de police de la Communauté urbaine de Montréal), broke and entered, a brick building, at 3459 Saint-Hubert, Montreal, and stole documents, belonging to, the Free Press Agency of Quebec (APLQ, Agence de Presse Libre du Québec), the Movement for the Defense of Political Prisoners in Quebec (MDPPQ, Mouvement pour la Défense des Prisonniers Politiques Québécois), and the Relocation cooperative of the 1st of May (Coopérative des déménagements du 1er mai).

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The Operation Petit Quebec libre, was a disruptive tactic, used by the RCMP, it was intended, in Sergeant Claude Brodeur's words, to communicate "a message" and "provoke a mess".

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Pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, la GRC (Gendarmerie royale du Canada), a régulièrement ouvert le courrier, en vertu, des Règlements concernant la défense du Canada (Defence of Canada Regulations), et ces règlements, sont demeurés en vigueur, jusqu'à leur expiration, en 1954, et depuis, leur expiration en 1954, ouvrir le courrier, est devenu illégal.

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This is a bread recipe, from the 10th century A.D, which is the 4th century A.H., and it is taken from the book of cooking, by ibn sayyar al warraq, and it goes as follow:

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This is a grilled fish recipe, from the book of dishes, composed by Mohammed al-Baghdadi, in 1226AD – 623 AH.

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This is the recipe of Fustuqya, from the book of dishes, composed by Muḥammad bin al-Karīm al-Baghdadi in 1226AD – 623 AH.

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