Canada is such a beautiful country, that it's often easy to forget how close we live to wild animals.\nThat is until cougars and wolves start wondering in the middle of the city in search of food.\nREAD ALSO: Wild Cougar Spotted Sneaking By The Police In The Middle Of Canadian Town\nLuckily in Montreal we only get squirrels, raccoons, and the occasional coyote. But in certain parts of Canada, polar bears are a serious problem.\nSo what do you do when you have a rogue polar bear who likes to break into people's homes in search of food? You don't kill it, you sentence it to polar bear jail.\nYes, Canada actually has a polar bear jail.\nIt is a former military aircraft hangar located in Manitoba that was converted into a 28 cell "bear jail".\nView this post on Instagram #Churchill has an alarm that rings around town to alert the 10pm curfew. Basically it’s not an enforced curfew but a reminder that the polar bear patrol is off duty until the next morning and that at any moment after a polar bear could walk into town. When they do; there is the polar bear jail. After trapped they are sent here for 30 days in hopes that they are “rehabilitated” and sent off in helicopter nets 30 miles out. #kalbarteski #visitnorthernmb A post shared by Dayna Jeanne (@daynaoulion) on Nov 15, 2017 at 3:20pm PST\nWhen trouble-making bears get caught by Manitoba’s Polar Bear Alert Program, they are sent to bear jail without dinner to think about what they've done. (Repeat offenders lose their allowance.)\nWhile the jail might seem cruel, it is actually a conservation effort to make sure the polar bear population doesn't decline.\n@kl_ireneembedded via\nAfter 30 days, the bears are flown away by helicopter and dropped off on sea ice.\nThe facility is a lot busier than you might think. In 2015 officers received over 350 calls, and a record 77 bears were captured and jailed.\nClick here for more info.