Ok, not really. I'm sure THQ loves Canada just as equally as the rest of the world. However, it turns out that a whole bunch of copies of Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor shipped up in Canada with incomplete instruction booklets. Inconveniently, the section that was 'incomplete' just happened to be the section where the CD key was supposed to go. Oops!
Don't despair, my Canadian friends. If you bought the game and your CD key is missing, you just need to take a picture of the back of your manual where the key was supposed to go and a picture of your sales recepit, and send them to THQ's support site. It's good that the Canucks are such an upright and honest people (except for Vlambo), as there is NO WAY this could be abused to get a free copy of the game.
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