TheGunBlog.ca — The Quebec government is asking hunters to help stop an animal disease while threatening to confiscate their rifles and shotguns. An advocate for shooters’ rights urged hunters to refuse the call. The Ministry of Forests, Wildlife and Parks asked hunters to target males, females and fawns of white-tailed deer in specific areas to…
TheGunBlog.ca — The following is a comment by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police about how it works with provincial authorities on licensing firearm owners and registering their guns. TheGunBlog.ca asked the Ottawa-based federal agency for information after it published a notice on its website related to Quebec’s provincial gun registry. https://twitter.com/TheGunBlog/status/1108277100962680832 Michelle Schmidt, a spokeswoman…
TheGunBlog.ca — Gun owners in Quebec haven’t registered more than 90 percent of their so-called “Non-restricted” rifles and shotguns as a January deadline approaches, Courrier de Portneuf newspaper reported this week, citing the province’s Firearms Registration Service.
TheGunBlog.ca — Quebec City Council will ask the government of Canada for gun laws that are the same as current gun laws: ban handguns and semi-automatic firearms except for authorized users, such as military, police, hunters, sport shooters and collectors.
Following are comments by Canada’s Ministry of Public Safety about records kept by the RCMP from the so-called “Long-gun Registry,” which the police has said repeatedly it finished deleting more than two years ago.
An anti-gun campaigner and government advisor thanked the government for helping to provide Quebec with inaccurate, incomplete and obsolete data on licensed gun owners, saying the flawed list will make people safer.
If Dave Young’s letter to Canada’s Minister of Public Safety is true, then Quebec is handing us over to home invaders, thieves, rapists and murderers.