Mr. Speaker, I will pick up where I left off.
Second, we will be making firearms safety training courses mandatory for first time firearms owners. Currently, approximately 35,000 people per year get their firearms licence without taking a training course. This legislative change will ensure that all new gun owners have a common understanding of safe firearms handling practices.
Third, we will make a technical change to allow information sharing between CBSA and the RCMP on the importation of restricted and prohibited firearms. This is a change that our provincial partners have been requesting for some time.
I would like to point out that during quorum call there were only two Liberals in the House, and now I believe there is only one Liberal in the House.
We are also making five changes to make our firearms laws—