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22 August 2010

Canadian Press

EDMONTON - A conference of police chiefs will hear a report stressing the importance of the national long-gun registry, even though the man who co-chaired the committee producing it won't be there. RCMP Chief Supt. Marty Cheliak was originally supposed to present the report just weeks before Parliament resumes debate of a Conservative private member's bill that would kill the national long-gun registry. But Cheliak was recently replaced as the head of the Canadian... (GunPolicy.org)

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