Sunday, October 05, 2014

On This Day In Canadian History....

1970  - British Trade Commissioner James R. Cross kidnapped at gunpoint from his Westmount home at 8:45 am by masked Front de Libération du Québec terrorists; FLQ group consists of Jacques Lanctot, Marc Carbonneau, Louise and Jacques Cossette-Trudel and Yves Langlois; at 1:00 pm they deliver a communique to a site in Parc LaFontaine demanding a $500,000 ransom, and the release of 23 'political' prisoners; at 4;00 pm Justice Minister Jérôme Choquette holds a press conference making the FLQ conditions public; at 5:00 pm the Bourassa and Trudeau cabinets both hold emergency meetings; Cross will be released unharmed in December.

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