Revisiting Bill C-68 is not an option, says Dawson community

Bill C-68, the piece of legislation requiring all long guns in Canada to be registered, has not yet been demolished by a vote in the House of Commons. However, the current government is choosing not to charge gun registration fees and not to pursue legal actions against long gun owners who don’t register their guns.

Bill C-68, the piece of legislation requiring all long guns in Canada to be registered, has not yet been demolished by a vote in the House of Commons.

However, the current government is choosing not to charge gun registration fees and not to pursue legal actions against long gun owners who don’t register their guns.

The Conservative Party of Canada stated during their 2006 Federal Election platform that the “wasteful long gun registry must end and the money must be redirected to genuine law enforcement priorities.” They essentially found the long gun registry to be less effective than was originally thought.

Bill C-68 was introduced in 1995 by Prime Minister Jean Chr

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