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Canada

20 June 2006

Globe & Mail (Toronto), Editorial

Critics of the Conservatives' gun-registry bill claim the Tories are removing a central plank in the country's gun-control regime. In fact, they are removing a minor plank, and a rotten one at that. The long-gun registry is only one small part of Canada's wide-reaching system for controlling the use and ownership of firearms. If the long-gun registry is abolished as the Conservative government proposes, Canadians will still be required to register handguns, which... (GunPolicy.org)

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