Another Canadian Attacked iN Cancun..

Discussion in 'Cancun Forum' started by whdream, May 9, 2007.

  1. DConCT

    DConCT CC's SB Godfather Registered Member

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    I will bet you that more than 160 Canucks got injured slipping on ice last year.

    Someone is just causing a stir and all it will do is hurt the Canada-Mexico tourism.
     
  2. whdream

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    Well I think when there is a death it warrents a stir Dennis
     
  3. EngineerGuy

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    same as any other accident anywhere else in the world, if anything, it really just shows that the most popular place to travel for canadians is mexico!
     
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    Oh it is. And that is why this is an issue
     
  5. DConCT

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    I don't think if one Canadian dies in Mexico it should cause a huge media event.

    Do they do the same for Turkey and Belize and Antarctica? when the number gets to be more than 4 in 2 years, I think it will be a big deal.

    this is not to trivialize the death or injury of those 4, but it does happen and isn't a national crisis.
     
  6. whdream

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    Wellt hey do always report....on whether or not a Canadian has been killed over seas on a palne crash, on vacation, war, and such
     
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