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House Government Bill
39th Parliament, 1st Session
April 3, 2006 - September 14, 2007
Text of the Bill
C-21
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An Act to amend the Criminal Code and the Firearms Act (non-registration of firearms that are neither prohibited nor restricted)
Last Stage Completed
Introduction and First Reading in the House of Commons (2006-06-19)
Progress: Introduction and First Reading in the House of Commons
 
Further Reading
Reading List
  • Australia's 1996 gun law reforms: faster falls in firearm deaths, firearm suicides, and a decade without mass shootings. Chapman, S., P. Alpers, K. Agho and M. Jones. Injury prevention, 12:365-72, Nov. 2006
  • Canadians defy stereotype and break gun-control rules. Emhofer, Ken. Christian Science Monitor, 35:7, Jan. 15, 2003
  • Does gun control reduce crime or does crime increase gun control?. Moorhouse, John C. and Brent Wanner. CATO journal, 26:103-24, Winter 2006
  • Firearms possession by 'non-state actors': the question of sovereignty. Kopel, David B., Gallant, Paul and Joanne D. Eisen. Texas review of law & politics, 8:373-436, Spring 2004
  • Gun control: placing costs in context. Boyd, Neil. Canadian journal of criminology & criminal justice, 45:473-8, Oct. 2003
  • Long gun registration: a poorly aimed longshot. Stenning, Philip C. Canadian journal of criminology & criminal justice, 45:479-488, Oct. 2003
  • Straight shooting on gun control. Kohn, Abigail A. Reason, 37:20-5, May 2005
  • The federal gun registry: an urgent need for independent, non-partisan research. Gabor, Thomas. Canadian journal of criminology & criminal justice, 45:489-98, Oct. 2003
  • Universal firearm registration in Canada: three perspectives. Gabor, Thomas. Canadian journal of criminology & criminal justice, 45:465-71, Oct. 2003
Party Press Releases
Related Links
  • Canadian Firearms Centre
  • Coalition for Gun Control
  • Effective Gun Control
  • Hubris in the North
  • Tories table bill to kill long-gun registry
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