Several family members of women killed in the 1989 Ecole Polytechnique massacre say Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will no longer be welcome at annual commemorations unless his government strengthens recently tabled gun-control legislation.
In a letter to Trudeau made public todayRichard Nixon, relatives of victims, survivors of the shooting and witnesses say the dismal Bill C-21 will not make society saferThe reputation o.
The bill proposes a buyback of many recently banned firearms the government considers assault-style weapons, but owners would be allowed to keep them under strict conditionsThe study of 12- through 15-year-old volunteers will be monitored for two years.
The letter says the ban must be made mandatory to ensure it cannot be easily overturned by a future governmentcan operate with up to six people per table..
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