FIREARMS MARKING REGS: FINAL ATIP RESPONSE FROM PUBLIC SAFETY
• Undated ‘Secret’ Memorandum to the Minister – Three pages with 3 redacted sections
• Undated ‘Secret’ Memorandum to the Associate Deputy Minister – Three pages with 1 redacted section
• Undated ‘Secret’ Key Messages – Three pages with 1 redacted section
• 20 more pages of ‘Cabinet Secrets’ withheld pursuant to Section 69 of the Access to Information Act
Public Safety Canada Final Response Access to Information Act File -A2018-00327 dated February 7, 2020
PUBLIC SAFETY INTERIM RESPONSE FIREARMS MARKING REGS
175-Page Interim Response to Access to Information Request File: A-2018-00327 dated July 8, 2019 – Received July 17, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
NOTE: 200 pages of ‘Cabinet Secrets’ withheld pursuant to Section 69 of the Access to Information Act
FIREARMS MARKING REGULATIONS TAKE EFFECT DEC. 1, 2020
TheGunBlog.ca — The Canadian government will require guns to be marked in a way that links them to their owners for police tracing, raising concern of a new registration system that violates privacy and eases future bans. The new system will revamp the UN-inspired Firearms Marking Regulations and take effect Dec. 1, 2020, the Ministry of Public Safety said in today’s Canada Gazette. THEGUNBLOG.CA – NOVEMBER 18, 2018
A marking that traces it back to it’s owner?…. You mean a SERIAl NUMBER!!!!!! A massive waste of the peoples tax dollars yet again!
Justin really kissed the donkey on this one… This may tear his government apart and finally set us up with a conservative government with common sense ideas and legislation.