Round Three

October 2010
Ontario Out of Doors;Fall2010, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p4
The author reflects on the issues related to the long gun registry, legislation requiring registration of all guns in Canada. He talks about the failure of Member of Parliament (MP) Candice Hoeppner's Bill C-391 to abolish the registry. The author says that registry supporters are promoting the misinformation that the long-gun registry saves lives, lowers gun crimes, prevents suicides and violence against women. He elaborates on the efforts of the Canadian Outdoor Network against the registry.


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