The Canada Border Services Agency intercepted 200 packages of Xanax and methamphetamines in Laval, Canada in February 2018, reports CBC News. The return addresses were all in Laval, but the packages were addressed to people in the Australia, Europe and the United States. In October of the same year, police seized two million counterfeit pills and five pill presses, as well as guns, all in raids linked to the Hells Angels in Laval. On June 4, 2019, Laval police conducted a series of raids to bring down the ring that was making the counterfeit pills. 235 police officers searched 13 locations in Laval, Montreal and the communities that ring the north shore of Laval and Montreal islands. The raids have resulted in the arrest of eleven people.