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Gun Policy News, 18 March 2010


18 March 2010

Canadian Press

OTTAWA — The No. 2 Mountie has come out in favour of the embattled federal gun registry. Deputy RCMP commissioner Bill Sweeney told the Commons public safety committee today there's strong evidence the registry promotes officer and public safety. Minutes earlier, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews denounced the system for tracking long guns as a waste of money. Toews says the more than $1 billion spent on the registry would be better spent putting police officers on... (

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18 March 2010

Vancouver Sun

OTTAWA — The Conservative government will announce Friday that it will once again extend amnesty for the federal long-gun registry, which the party has long denounced as "ineffective" and "wasteful." Public Safety Minister Vic Toews will announce the one-year extension during an appearance at the Manitoba Wildlife Federation in Winnipeg, a senior government official said. The current amnesty, which has been renewed annually since 2006, expires May 16. The amnesty... (

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