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Canada. 2015 ‘Non-restricted Firearms Registration Records.’ Canadian Firearm Program: Online Services. Ottawa ON: Royal Canadian Mounted Police. 3 September

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Important Notice - Supreme Court of Canada decision

On March 27, 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision regarding the non-restricted firearms registration records for residents of Quebec. The Court dismissed Quebec's appeal and refused to order the transfer of non-restricted firearms registration records.

The Canadian Firearms Program will comply with the Supreme Court of Canada decision and the Ending the Long-gun Registry Act. As a result of this decision, the Canadian Firearms Program has stopped accepting and processing registration/transfer applications for non-restricted firearms from within the province of Quebec, and will execute the deletion of non-restricted registration records as soon as possible.

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