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11 July 2011

Star (Canada) / Canadian Press

MONTREAL—The federal government says it would welcome proposals from any province wishing to set up its own long-gun registry if the Canadian program is eventually abolished. Ottawa reacted Monday to a report that the Quebec government has a so-called "Plan B" to set up its own registry if the federal program is scrapped. "Quebec or any of the provinces are free to move forward with any proposals within their jurisdictions," said Michael Patton, a spokesman for... (

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