How much does the U.S. government really trust Canada?


Thu, Dec 3rd, 2009 11:20 by capnasty NEWS

Much less than you think. Espionage warnings from the U.S. Defence Department caused an international sensation a few years ago over reports of mysterious coins with radio frequency transmitters, until they were debunked. The culprit: a silver-coloured 25-cent piece featuring the red image of a poppy--Canada's flower of war remembrance--inlaid on a maple leaf.



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