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A brief history of gun control in Canada, 1867 to 1945

The history of federal government's efforts to regulate ownership and use of guns

The huge cost overrun on the Canadian Firearms Program and the deadline for registering all firearms (originally Jan. 1, 2003, then extended by six months) has reignited intense controversy over the rationale and efficacy of Canada's gun controls.

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A brief history of gun control in Canada, 1867 to 1945

The history of federal government's efforts to regulate ownership and use of guns

The huge cost overrun on the Canadian Firearms Program and the deadline for registering all firearms (originally Jan. 1, 2003, then extended by six months) has reignited intense controversy over the rationale and efficacy of Canada's gun controls.

  

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