GOODALE’S RESPONSE TO MP BRAD TROST’S QUESTION Q-623: How effective is the government’s enforcement of court ordered firearms prohibitions?
Special Thanks to MP Brad Trost for exposing these major weaknesses in the information available regarding the effectiveness of the enforcement of firearms prohibition orders in Canada.
In 2011, in response to an Access to Information Act request the RCMP provided this statistic:
“Number of persons prohibited from owning guns – 324,723 Prohibited Firearms records on CPIC.”
Special thanks to MP Brad Trost for trying to get “evidence-based” answers out of the RCMP and the Minister of Public Safety on the cost and effectiveness of the C-68 Gun Control Regime.
ODD: EVEN CPIC HAS AN ESTABLISHED CRITERIA FOR PUBLIC SAFETY
CANADA HAS A FIREARMS INTERNET INVESTIGATIONS SUPPORT UNIT. In addition, the FIIS unit generated a number of files for police investigation and identified potential school firearm threats within Canada and within the United States.” Wait. Within the U.S.? By Robert Farago – January 19, 2014 – 39 comments https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2014/01/robert-farago/canada-firearms-internet-investigations-support-unit-u-s/
MY COMMENT: This is the best firearms policy of any of the Conservative Leadership Candidates!
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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 https://new.nfa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Gun-Control-Laws-in-Canada-1994.pdf