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Reducing Violent Crime: A Dialogue on Handguns and Assault Weapons

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In late August of this year, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a mandate letter for Bill Blair.

For those of you not familiar with Blair, he’s the ex-Toronto cop turned Member of Parliament who was recently appointed to a brand new Ministry and given the title “Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Prevention”.

His job, primarily, is to assist Uncle Ralph in ensuring Bill C-71 gets passed AND to “lead an examination of a national ban on handguns and assault weapons, while not impeding their lawful use by Canadians” – there’s an oxy-moron if I’ve ever heard one.

What does this examination look like? Well, shortly after his orders came down from on high, Blair stood in committee and promised to conduct a full and balanced “public consultation” before the end of the calendar year.

Here is your “public consultation”. Please take the time to fill out this online survey right away and forward it to your friends and family to do the same. 

ONLINE ENGAGEMENT – HANDGUN AND ASSAULT WEAPONS  

Please, this is vital to this fight and to keeping the property we have legally acquired. Act now!

By |2018-10-25T09:20:28+00:00October 11th, 2018|Featured|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Steve October 13, 2018 at 9:00 am

    Banning handguns from law abiding citizens isn’t going to stop any violence committed by criminals.
    Criminals do not give a rat’s ass about laws period!!

    How is the ban on drugs working in federal prisons???

  2. Mike October 14, 2018 at 8:40 pm

    Our society needs to focus more on what’s causing these people to act out these terrible crimes. If guns aren’t available then they’ll use trucks, aircraft, railways, you name it. Taking away the weapon is just putting a finger in the hole in the dike. We need to fix the dike.

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