The hundreds of Hells Angels in Saskatoon for the weekend came and went without causing major trouble, according to police and the lawyer representing the local chapter of the notorious biker gang.
Depending on who one talks to, the national run - which brought around 400 Hells Angels members and associates to Saskatoon - was either a significant meeting of a powerful criminal organization or a regular convention of motorcycle enthusiasts who wined, dined and golfed in the city and took at least one riverboat cruise.
"They were very, very cooperative with police," Insp. Jerome Engele said on Sunday during the mass exodus of Hells Angels from Saskatoon. READ ON