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Old 04-15-2014, 05:54 PM
Location: Montreal, Quebec
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Originally Posted by jacobs_ladder

Crime: In Sweden, you can walk down the
street at night without fear of getting mugged, perhaps even a pair of girls may
find it safe to be out on the subway past 10.00pm.. I don't think the same is
true for Toronto anymore. In toronto, there are over 80 murders per year. In
all of sweden there are usually under 70 murders per year. this makes Sweden
about 2-3 times safer.
What? There's virtually no place in Montreal where I wouldn't feel safe walking at night.....I do it all the time. I take the subway, alone, all the time as well, after a late night of carousing. I don't drink and drive. Nothing ever happened to me or anyone I know. I've never felt even remotely threatened.
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