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11 April 2007

Globe & Mail (Toronto)

Hundreds of thousands of long-gun owners were quietly given a one-year reprieve by the federal government this week, exempting them from having to get licences for another year, CTV News reported last night. Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservatives, who have long opposed the Liberal-era federal gun registry but until now have left it on the back burner, say that long-gun owners have until May of 2008 to register their weapons. "I think it says that the government... (

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