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Peruvian flag Consulate-General of Peru in Montreal

Address550 Sherbrooke W, # 970
Montréal, QC, H3A 1B9
Canada
Phonelocal: (514) 844.5123
international: +1.514.844.5123
Faxlocal: (514) 843.8425
international: +1.514.843.8425
Emailperou@videotron.net
Web sitehttp://www.consulado.pe/es/montreal

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Lise Simoneau
Mon, 27 Feb 2017 19:53 EST
Terrified Dogs tied Onto the Backs of Bulls in Bullfights
Bonjour, I am very upset and shocked to know that this practice is common in Peru. Please open the following link. It is a petition asking the government to stop this practice. Understand me that this is arcadic and very bad taste to sacrifice a bull in 2016 and even more with an animal tied on his back. You know, long ago, some people sacrifice humans. This practice has been stop for good reasons then, why continue to sacrifice animals? I hope you will put pressure on your government in Peru.
Thank you for your understanding and consider my message.

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/tell-a-friend/29966480

Lise Simoneau
514 675 3925
Syed Ali
Fri, 2 Jan 2015 08:49 EST
VISA request
Dear Sir/Madam,
my wife and one year old daughter lives in Bangladesh. I`d like to go to Peru on vacation with my family. I live in Montreal,Canada but my wife and child lives in Bangladesh. How can I obtain visas for my wife and child?I am planning to visit Peru on April 2015. Please let me know the procedure of obtaining Peruvian Visa.
Happy New Year
regards
Syed Ali
(438)765-5759
5759 rue Drake
Montreal, QC, H4E 4G5
John Boudreau
Mon, 17 Dec 2012 12:09 EST
Export & Import
Package goods,potato chips & snacks.

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