Homerun | Sep 25, 2013 | 7:40

Maple syrup heist set for Hollywood film

A Quebec story could soon become a big Hollywood Blockbuster. Anne Sutherland is a Montreal Gazette reporter and her articles about the theft of the maple syrup will serve as the basis for the script.

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