|Hunting bans could do more harm than good - Friday, October 27, 2006|
Hunting bans could do more harm than good when it comes to the long-term survival of vulnerable species such as African elephants, argues Eugene Lapointe. In this week's Green Room, the former head of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) makes the case for hunting and why it can be a part of wildlife management policies.
|Hunters target judge - Friday, October 27, 2006|
Her views on sport trigger ouster effort via Internet
|Another Gun Control Failure - Thursday, October 26, 2006|
A recent study entitled "Gun Laws and Sudden Death: Did the Australian Firearms Legislation of 1996 Make a Difference?" published in the British Journal of Criminology examines the history of gun control laws enacted in Australia.
|Numbers don't lie - Thursday, October 26, 2006|
Last Monday in this space, I wrote that Canada should not consider banning guns in light of last month's Dawson College shootings. Many commentators and politicians, particularly in urban centres, have been calling for a prohibition on the civilian ownership of guns. "Why doesanyone other a soldier or police officer need a weapon?," has been a common refrain
|Aus: Labor calls for gun control in Pacific - Thursday, October 26, 2006|
LABOR today urged concerted action to tackle the rising problem of small arms in Pacific nations, saying their presence significantly contributed to regional instability
|IPSOS REID ASKS BOGUS GUN QUESTION! - Thursday, October 26, 2006|
In the latest survey by Ipsos Reid, "In Wake Of The Dawson College Shootings", conducted on behalf of the Montreal Gazette and published in that paper on Oct 21st, the first question asked was...
|USA: Another Gun Control Failure - Wednesday, October 25, 2006|
A recent study entitled “Gun Laws and Sudden Death: Did the Australian Firearms Legislation of 1996 Make a Difference?” published in the British Journal of Criminology examines the history of gun control laws enacted in Australia. These laws include a complete ban on pump action shotguns, semi-automatic shotguns, and semi-automatic rifles. Australia also implemented a massive government sponsored Gun Buyback Program. That program has spent $500 million collecting 640,000 arbitrarily banned firearms.
|Back in House of Commons, MacKay denies 'dog' slur - Wednesday, October 25, 2006|
Conservative Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay again denied he referred to Liberal MP Belinda Stronach as a dog, in his first appearance in the House of Commons since he is alleged to have made the slur
|Liberals don't let up on MacKay - Tuesday, October 24, 2006|
OTTAWA -- Opposition MPs continued to hound the Conservative government yesterday over remarks that Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay says he did not make about Belinda Stronach -- and the Liberals say they will escalate the attack if they don't get...
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