TheGunBlog.ca — Round up of Canadian PM Trudeau’s 7 main criminalizations and confiscations outlined on Monday May 30.
TheGunBlog.ca — Canada’s Liberal-Party led government, which works to further criminalize gun owners, said it will activate Bill C-71 this year and will draft its new restrictions on home firearm storage over the next two years.
TheGunBlog.ca — Canada’s Department of Public Safety says its planned gun-storage restrictions in Bill C-21 target licensed owners of “all classes and types of firearms,” and violating municipal by-laws would risk “licence revocation and criminal sanctions.”
TheGunBlog.ca — The Canadian government’s Bill C-21 against licensed firearm owners will invent new rules for the thickness and locks of our handgun safes and let cities and towns require mandatory gun insurance, Minister Bill Blair said today.
TheGunBlog.ca — The Canadian government is drafting new rules on storing guns and on using the Firearms Marking Regulations and Bill C-71 to trace every gun to its owner.
The Department of Public Safety comments below.
The Internet turns up conflicting opinions on whether it’s legal in Canada to store guns at a cottage, with a friend, or in a storage locker, so TheGunBlog.ca asked the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, who administer the Canadian Firearms Program, and Pierre Plourde, a criminal-defence lawyer and gun-rights activist.