Canada 1775 passport stamp?

Old Jan 24th 2012, 1:01 pm
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Default Canada 1775 passport stamp?

Hi, I have just landed in Canada and was looking at my passport stamp which was given to me at customs. It reads:

Canada Customs
1775
Date
P.I.A / A.I.P
497

What does the 1775 and 497 mean?

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Default Re: Canada 1775 passport stamp?

Stamp number of the officer is 1775
497 is the port code for PIA/AIP
You will also or should see I and the COPR number written under the stamp.
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