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16 April 2012

National Post (Toronto)

The long-gun registry was officially scrapped two weeks ago, on April 5. After it had passed through the House and Senate, Governor-General David Johnston signed off on the decision to shut down the registry, which kept records on who owned non-restricted firearms (mainly shotguns and hunting rifles). Destruction of existing records has begun, but is expected to take some time to complete — perhaps months. But the Quebec provincial government filed a court injunction... (GunPolicy.org)

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