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Canada. 2012 ‘Storage of Prohibited Firearms by Businesses Regulations.’ Storage, Display and Transportation of Firearms and Other Weapons by Businesses Regulations SOR/98-210 (Act current to 10 September 2015) (Section 6), pp. 3. Ottawa ON: Ministry of Justice. 30 November

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Storage of Prohibited Firearms, Other than Prohibited Handguns, and Their Components and Parts

6. (1) A business may store a prohibited firearm,1 other than a prohibited handgun, or a component or part of a prohibited firearm only if
(a) in the case of a prohibited firearm, it is unloaded;
(b) it is stored
(i) in a securely locked cabinet, vault or safe,
(ii) in a securely locked location, or
(iii) in a location that is readily accessible only to the owner or an employee of the business; and
(c) it is stored on premises where
(i) there is an electronic burglar alarm system, and
(ii) every window that can be opened, and every exterior door, can be securely locked…

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