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Canada

25 June 2007

CTV News (Toronto)

The federal government is quietly proposing to relax rules for foreign law enforcement officers who carry weapons into Canada, CTV News has learned. While some say the regulation would mean a safer border, critics suggest it could have wider implications for sovereignty and gun control in Canada. In a reciprocal agreement with the U.S., the regulation would exempt officers — including police and air marshals — from a "foreign state" from having to obtain permits... (GunPolicy.org)

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