|Good riddance to long gun registry - Saturday, November 14, 2009|
Now that MPs have voted 164-137 to repeal the registry of long guns and shotguns, several realities stand out in the whole emotional question of the gun registry.
|Shooting blanks in defence of the registry - Wednesday, November 11, 2009|
This simultaneously begs the question — ie, it assumes Canada's gun owners aren't accountable for their weapons except via the registry — and avoids the...
|Tories take two in by-elections - Monday, November 09, 2009|
Pollster Nik Nanos said the fact that the Conservatives were even a contender in by-elections – where voters traditionally punish governments – is remarkable.
|Scrapping long-gun registry is pandering to... - Monday, November 09, 2009|
Will Canadians ignore the irony of Parliament scrapping the long-gun registry the day before two more mass shootings in the United States and just before the 20th anniversary of the massacre of 14 women by a man with a rifle at a Montreal university...
|4 federal ridings up for grabs Monday - Sunday, November 08, 2009|
Voters go to the polls in four federal byelections Monday after tight races that seem likely to confirm the status quo but could produce upset victories for the Conservatives and New Democrats.
|This beast deserves to die - Sunday, November 08, 2009|
This boondoggle has wasted $2 billion of our money since 1995, with little demonstrable impact on the violence it was supposed to prevent.
|Distorting the gun facts - Sunday, November 08, 2009|
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's law-and-order Conservatives have no valid reason to kill off Canada's rifle and shotgun registry, beyond pandering to their rural constituencies.(???)
|Travers: Liberals squander big chance - Saturday, November 07, 2009|
Michael Ignatieff has good reason to fear the federal long-gun registry. Every time Conservatives lock and load, Liberals shoot themselves in the foot
|Good riddance to the gun registry - Friday, November 06, 2009|
Canadian newspapers have been abuzz this week with discussion about utility of the unloved long-gun registry. Some newspapers, notably the Post, have called for its abolition. Others have defended it, expressing the usual concerns that its absence would increase crime or put police officers in jeopardy. Given Thursday's vote in the House of Commons, in which a private member's bill that would kill the registry passed with support from the Conservatives and 18 Liberal and NDP MPs, the controversial program's days may be short-lived...
|Gun registry's looming demise welcome: shop owner - Friday, November 06, 2009|
New Brunswick's largest gun shop owner is shedding no tears over the passage of a federal private member's bill that is designed to kill Canada's long-gun registry. Ross Faulkner, the owner of the mcadam, NB-based Gun Dealer...
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