I am not saying anything that is not already public knowledge on the internet, so I do not mind sharing information on this touchy subject. I cannot stop you from doing what you decide to do, but I cannot stand by and let a person jump off the bridge with their eyes closed either. However, my statements or guidance does not imply condoning your actions.
Until around June 2012, Canada did not have any laws (or there was but with a huge loophole) in place to prosecute folks who possessed a copy of copyrighted material. It is a complicated topic I do not fully understand, but I think that because Canadians paid a special fee on recordable media (blank tapes, CDs, DVDs, etc...) purchases, we had paid for the right to have/make/possess copies. It is was not illegal to possess the copy, but it was illegal to distribute it.
They have updated the laws in Canada to make sharing (upload) copyrighted material in Canada illegal, but not in other countries like the Netherlands. Air VPN can make it appear to the rest of the world that your PC is in the Netherlands. So the crime of downloading/sharing took place in a country that has no laws to prosecute you. Air VPN also suggests that they do not have logs of who-did-what to share with anyone that may be looking to trace the activity from the Netherlands to Canada where you could be prosecuted.
How strong is their word? What effect do you think this would have on your case if you found yourself in court? Is it worth the risk?