It advises residents to not leave any flammable materials in the cars and that wealthy people should consider a “move to a neighbourhood that is more welcoming to well-off people, like Westmount or Beaconsfield.”
The pamphlet concludes by saying “we regret the events leading up to these measures. The threat is highly motivated, well organized, and unpredictable.”
The flier then provides a phone number to a barber shop in the Sud-Ouest.
Montreal Police are currently investigating the situation.
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