Canada Postpones Firearms Marking Regulations for Eighth Time

19 May 2017

2 min read

The Canadian government postponed its Firearms Marking Regulations for the eighth time since they were adopted in 2004 amid confusion about how to enforce and obey the policy and concern about its effects.

This was the first deferral by a governing party that had campaigned on a plan to implement the rules “immediately.”

 

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