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7 October 2009

Prince George Citizen (British Columbia)

Regardless of Tory talk of taxes, waiving fees on the long-gun registry leaves Canadians out of pocket, says a northern B.C. MP. Nathan Cullen made the comments in the wake of a CBC report that an amnesty on fees gun owners paid to the federal program to register their weapons cost $15.3 million this year and will cost $60 million over the next three. Cariboo-Prince George MP Dick Harris said Tuesday he makes no apologies for the Tories cutting what he considers a tax... (

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