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Ending the Long-gun Registry Act   succinctly stated, “We measure results, not intent”. The results simply are that there is no correlation between crimes committed with long guns and the implementation of a measure that needlessly targets law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters. I would also like to discuss

November 1st, 2011House debate

Larry MillerConservative

Firearms   again to keep the long-gun registry.... My party and I are proud to stand with law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters, and the right to own and use private property. On this side of the House, we stand for freedom.

September 29th, 2014House debate

Cheryl GallantConservative

Public Safety   Conservative government believes that owning a gun is a right that comes with responsibilities. We will always stand up for law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters.

May 15th, 2014House debate

Joe DanielConservative

Ending the Long-Gun Registry Act  ? Obviously not. To assume so is patently ridiculous. No, the only people who this was ever meant to target are law-abiding hunters, farmers and sports shooters. On this side of the House, we do not believe we should be focusing our scarce resources on targeting those who are predisposed

February 13th, 2012House debate

Jay AspinConservative

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, our Conservative government has always stood up for law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters. Let us look at our record. We eliminated the useless Liberal gun show regulations. We have not allowed the UN firearms marking regulations to come into force. We

April 2nd, 2014House debate

Larry MillerConservative

Ending the Long-gun Registry Act   in this manner. The result over the years has been a large, wasteful and ineffective exercise that has done nothing to prevent crimes but has done a great deal to burden law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters. It is bad policy, which is why our government is moving to scrap

November 1st, 2011House debate

Scott ArmstrongConservative

Firearms   that on this side of the House, we always stand up for law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters. While the media party looks down their noses at us common folk who enjoy hunting and sport shooting, we can see that the Liberals are feeling the pressure. The Liberals removed public

February 13th, 2014House debate

Blaine CalkinsConservative

Firearms Registry  Mr. Speaker, we accept the decision of the Supreme Court. We will continue to bring forward measures to keep our streets and communities safe and we will continue to treat law-abiding hunters, farmers and sports shooters with the respect that they deserve.

November 22nd, 2013House debate

Roxanne JamesConservative

Firearms Registry  Mr. Speaker, Canadians know that the only party that stands up for the rights of law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters is the Conservative Party. We have passed legislation to end the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry once and for all, and delete all

November 21st, 2013House debate

LaVar PayneConservative

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, we expect that chief firearms officers and their officials will enforce the law appropriately. We, unlike the New Democrats, are taking real action to crack down on crime, while ensuring law-abiding hunters, farmers and sports shooters are never treated like

March 19th, 2013House debate

Vic ToewsConservative

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, our Conservative government does not support treating law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters like criminals. We have consistently opposed this wasteful and ineffective measure which has done nothing to keep Canadians safe. Canadians gave our government

September 17th, 2012House debate

Vic ToewsConservative

Firearms Act   to ensure that there will not be a long gun registry by the back door and that Parliament will be respected, as well as to ensure that the leader of the NDP will not be able to use data collected by CFOs to attack the rights of law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters through

June 13th, 2012House debate

Vic ToewsConservative

Firearms Registry   of this wasteful and ineffective 17-year debacle, the Liberals have ignored the will of Canadians to push their misguided agenda to treat law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters like criminals. Rest assured, by this afternoon, the bill will become law and Canadians will no longer have

April 5th, 2012House debate

David WilksConservative

Firearms Registry  Mr. Speaker, Canadians gave our government a strong mandate to end the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry once and for all. This is a measure that has burdened law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters for 17 years. According to the CBC, it has cost Canadian

April 4th, 2012House debate

Kevin SorensonConservative

Public Safety  Mr. Speaker, I can indicate our Conservative government does not support treating law-abiding hunters, farmers and sports shooters as criminals. That member in fact has specifically targeted those law-abiding Canadians. Our government has said that we will repeal the long gun

March 29th, 2012House debate

Vic ToewsConservative