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12 October 2009

Lawyers Weekly (Canada)

Saskatchewan's top court has shot down arguments that Canadians have a constitutional right to bear arms for self-defence — but the court didn't blow away the case completely. Instead, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal implied it might reconsider Edward Hudson's constitutional challenge if the gun rights activist can muster expert and other evidence to bolster his contention that the right to bear arms for self-defence is an inalienable natural right, which supersedes... (GunPolicy.org)

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