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14 July 2011

Montreal Gazette (Québec)

MONTREAL - With a Conservative majority government now ensconced in both houses of Parliament, it is no longer a question of whether a vote to abolish the national long-gun registry will pass. The question now is when it will happen, and that seems most likely to be this fall. In light of this impending abolition, the Quebec government is now considering the idea of setting up its own long-gun registry for the province. Public Security Minister Robert Dutil said he... (GunPolicy.org)

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