Category Archives: CANADIAN GUN LAWS

THE HISTORY OF A NEARLY THREE BILLION DOLLAR BOONDOGGLE

Canada’s gun registration law was passed in the wake of Toronto’s Ecole Polytechnique massacre, when Mark Lepine murdered fourteen women and wounded ten women and four men. The registry was supposed to cost $2 million CDN dollars. By 2002, Sheila … Continue reading

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CANADA'S GUN REGISTRY NOT WORKING

With a sweep of the Stetson to SayUncle for the tip, Calgary’s Police Chief, Rick Hansen says Canada’s gun registry is not working. Quoting the CTV Calgary item: “Police Chief Rick Hanson says it’s time to review the federal gun … Continue reading

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A VICTIM OF CANADA'S GUN REGISTRY SPEAKS OUT

The Toronto Star’s Joe Fiorito asks “Is Toronto Safer Without My Bird Gun?” I can answer that. When Canada enacted their irrational gun registry in a panicky reaction to the École Polytechnique Massacre: when active killer Marc LePine shot 28 … Continue reading

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MOUNTIES GIVE GUN OWNERS PERSONAL INFO TO PRIVATE GROUP

Canada’s privacy commissioner says “The RCMP did not violate the privacy rights of gun owners by giving their names, phones numbers and firearms information to a private pollster to conduct a survey about feelings on the controversial gun registry.” Privacy … Continue reading

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PUNISHMENT AND CRIME

A paralyzed prisoner in hospital was arrested with a prohibited handgun, “bullet proof” vest, and drugs in his possession. The arrest went down at the hospital coffee shop, while the prisoner was selling drugs. When the cops searched his room … Continue reading

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A MEMORIAL TO MARC LEPINE

I have blogged several times about the Montreal Massacre, where active killer Marc Lepine murdered fourteen women and wounded ten women and four men at the École Polytechnique. Checking to see how the move to repeal Canada’s “Billion Dollar Boondoggle,” … Continue reading

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