(Update 04 Dec.: See this post for the possible new timing.)
(TheGunBlog.ca) — The Canadian government’s package of new gun laws is being delayed until next year, CTV News reported today, citing a spokesperson for Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale.
The spokesperson told CTV that the government wouldn’t be introducing anything before year end, the news organization said. The legislation will be presented “in the near future,” CTV quoted the spokesman as saying.
Spokespeople for Goodale’s office couldn’t be reached tonight when contacted by TheGunBlog.ca.
Two weeks ago, a spokesman for the minister’s office told TheGunBlog.ca that the government planned to present the new laws this year.
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