TheGunBlog.ca — The Canadian government replaced the chair of its Firearms Advisory Committee and named two new members as it prepares gun bans and other restrictions against hunters, farmers and sport shooters. Wallace Oppal joined the group today as the new chair to replace John Major, Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale said today in…
Half the government-appointed Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee has ties to the Coalition for Gun Control, and a majority of the advisors may favour additional paperwork and restrictions for gun users, according to an analysis by Calibre magazine.
Canadian Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale named a retired Supreme Court judge, an Olympic shooter and an anti-gun activist to advise him on firearms laws and policies, suggesting he wants a diversity of views.
Canadian Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale said he’s preparing new gun laws and will overhaul an advisory committee, reiterating last year’s campaign pledges by the Liberal-led government.