luggage. They then transferred the suitcases to the RCMP,
which detained them.
 Gopie, Wilson, Gibson and Sargeant picked up Fraser and
Gittens from the airport. Gopie, Wilson and Fraser left in Fraser’s car. Fraser sat in the back seat behind Gopie, who was
driving. Wilson joked with Fraser about the missing luggage.
Fraser “freaked out”, complaining that she would take the fall.
Gopie intervened and told Wilson to leave Fraser alone.
 Sargeant, Gittens and Gibson left the airport in a different vehicle.
 After both groups obtained rooms in the Montreal motel,
Gittens’ suitcase was placed in the room that she shared with
Gopie. According to Fraser, afterwards someone transferred that
suitcase to Sargeant’s room. Later that same morning (
November 22), a man and a woman arrived in a SUV and met
with Gibson and Sargeant. Fraser did not see Gittens’ suitcase
 Two trips were made to the airport to try to find Fraser’s
“lost” suitcases. The first trip occurred early in the afternoon on
November 22, 2009, after the people in the SUV had arrived at
and left the motel. This trip was made by Fraser, Gibson, Wilson
and Sargeant, who was the driver. When they arrived at the airport, Fraser entered by herself with Wilson and Gibson following
shortly thereafter. Inside the airport, Fraser used a phone
designated for lost luggage inquiries. The person who responded
to Fraser’s call said there were no items identified under the
information that Fraser provided.
 Fraser testified that during the car ride back to the motel
from this first attempt to find her suitcases, she overheard
Sargeant call someone whom Sargeant addressed as Randy,
while Sargeant identified himself to Randy as Paul.
 The second trip to find the suitcases occurred the following day, November 23, 2009. Sargeant drove Gopie, Fraser, Gittens and Gibson to the airport. Sargeant went into the airport
with Fraser and Gittens while Gopie and Gibson waited outside.
 Police arrested Fraser and Gittens at the airport while
they were trying to retrieve Fraser’s luggage. Minutes later,
Fraser received a text from Gopie, who had used Gittens’ cell-
phone to text her. The text message read, “Answer your phone,
 Police arrested Gibson, Gopie and Sargeant in the air-
port’s parking lot. Gibson has since been deported.
 The RCMP located Wilson in the motel on November 24,
2009 and arrested him. However, he was not charged with conspiracy to import cocaine until July 2010. In December 2011,