Majority against new gun law

February 2001
Ontario Out of Doors;Feb2001, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p5
Reports the compliance of the public on the federal Liberals Bill 6-28, which suggests federal gun registration and licensing law. Reason for the lack of compliance; Effect of the bill on native treaty agreement; Penalty in possessing firearm without a license.


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