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Gonzales, Maribel, and Elizabeth Mandelman. 2009 ‘Small Arms and Domestic Violence: The Situation in Canada.’ Ploughshares Monitor; Autumn 2009, Volume 30 (No. 3), p. 3. Waterloo ON: Project Ploughshares. 1 September

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Small Arms and Domestic Violence: The Situation in Canada

The first ever report on national gun-seizure statistics shows that non-restricted firearms, mostly rifles and shotguns, made up 74 per cent of the 8,261 guns seized from owners who were either violent, had threatened violence, or were subject to a prohibition order.

Forty-three per cent of the guns seized were registered in the Firearms Registry.

Sources cited:
MacLeod, Ian. 2009. 92 handguns collected in city since fall: Firearm inventories offer police tool in war on weapons trafficking. The Ottawa Citizen, May 29;

Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 2009b. Public agency regulations.

ID: Q10666

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