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16 November 2007

Toronto Star (Ontario)

OTTAWA — The federal government has moved to kill the national gun registry again, despite persistent objections from police chiefs and politicians including Toronto Mayor David Miller. Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day said the legislation he introduced yesterday is necessary so that the money used for registering weapons with the government can be redirected to front-line policing. The bill is meant to fulfill a promise in the Conservative party's election... (GunPolicy.org)

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