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SOURCE: Canadian Firearms Journal – January/February 2017 – Page 48-50 https://nfa.ca/canadian-firearms-journal
THE FEDERAL COST OF ALL FIREARMS PROGRAMS IN 1993/94 BEFORE THE LIBERAL GOVERNMENT’S BILL C-68 WAS PASSED INTO LAW IN 1995 The House of Commons Hansard record for June 13, 1995 – Total Federal Cost of $15.5 million and 57 employees for fiscal year 1993/94 https://dennisryoung.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Hansard-June-13-1995-Firearms-Program-Costs.pdf
PARLIAMENTARY RESEARCH BRANCH – GUN CONTROL LAW IN CANADA – APRIL 1994 http://new.nfa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Gun-Control-Laws-in-Canada-1994.pdf
PHOTO CAPTION: WHY DID THE RCMP KICK IN THIS HIGH RIVER RESIDENT’S DOOR AND WINDOW? ONE OR THE OTHER WOULD HAVE BEEN ENOUGH TO GAIN ENTRY TO THIS MAN’S HOME! RCMP REFUSED TO GIVE HIM AN ANSWER!
HOW MANY DOORS DID THE RCMP KICK-IN IN HIGH RIVER AND HOW MUCH DID IT COST TAXPAYERS?http://www.calgarysun.com/2016/06/13/damage-claims-from-rcmps-high-river-gun-grab-total-23-million
A RIGHT TO ARMS http://www.arighttoarms.com/
Canadians are passionately attached to their rights. Free speech, freedom of association, free and fair elections … and the right to bear arms. Lately that last one has been portrayed as somehow unCanadian, even sneered at as distinctly American. But actually it’s a fundamental part of our heritage.
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THIS IS AN OPEN AND TRANSPARENT GOVERNMENT?
SPECIAL THANKS TO MP MAXIME BERNIER FOR TRYING TO GET THESE VERY IMPORTANT STATISTICS FOR US.