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Canada

28 April 2010

Calgary Herald (Alberta)

OTTAWA, Ontario — The head of Canada's association of police chiefs says repealing the long-gun registry would harm police officers' work and "could get them killed." William Blair, chief of police in Toronto and president of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, made the strongly worded comments this week as the fight over a private member's bill that would scrap the registry raged on inside and outside of Parliament. Conservative MP Candice Hoeppner's Bill... (GunPolicy.org)

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