We just returned from a two week CN/CSA split and as usual it was great! We flew Sunwing from Calgary, Alberta and were quite late departing MBJ so lots of sitting around the airport. Anyway, an awful flight home: strong headwinds so had to divert to Winnipeg to refuel; took over an hour to do that; bad snowstorm blew in and had to have the runway plowed so we could take off (very scary). Landed in Calgary around 3 a.m. (should have landed at 10:15 p.m. earlier) and finally got home after 3:30 a.m., only to find that my bag had been broken into and gone through!! Zippered compartments and my toiletries case unzipped and searched, souvenir bags etc. opened to check contents and clothing tossed around. Any drugs I had were in my carry on so I don't think they actually took anything. I first noticed because the lock wasn't broken but it was zipped around the other side of the suitcase, not where I'd put it. I've seen Youtube videos of people just inserting a pen tip into the zipper teeth and sliding it along and, poof, your suitcase is open! Then after searching the bag they just move the zippers back around and you can't tell the bag's been broken into until you open it. So what's the point of even using a lock in the first place?! I guess locks are for honest people!