Tag Archives: Gun Control

Gun Registration Survives, So What?

It’s a good question. All that occurred on September 22, 2010—when the Canadian Parliament voted to kill a private member’s bill (C-391) that would have ended the registration of long guns in Canada—was that the status quo was maintained. We … Continue reading

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Why Gun Registration in Canada should be Abolished

I didn’t think it would happen. I thought we were stuck with an incredibly flawed, national, long-gun registration system for the foreseeable future. Unless the Conservatives (the only party to support scrapping the registry) could gain enough seats in the … Continue reading

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The Firearms Mess

  I didn’t think it would ever happen under a minority Conservative government; but happen it did, at least in part. In my December Alberta Outdoorsmen column, I discuss the passage through second reading of Bill C-391 in the Canadian … Continue reading

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Toronto Mayor and Banning Handguns

It’s sounding like a broken record, but another tragedy in Toronto–as the result of crimes being committed by gangs–has prompted the mayor there to call for a ban on handguns. In a shootout on a Toronto street another innocent bystander … Continue reading

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