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Criminal Code   but then introduce bills like Bill C-71, which provides no meaningful way of addressing illegal gun crime but implies that law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters are part of the problem. They, like Canadians right across this great country, are genuinely concerned that the soft-on-crime

November 8th, 2018House debate

Diane FinleyConservative

Firearms Regulations  . There has been a 30% decline in the rate of handgun homicides since 2008. Our Conservative government is committed to protecting Canadians. At the same time, we are committed to standing up for law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters. I firmly believe the UN has no business

May 26th, 2015House debate

Bob ZimmerConservative

Criminal Code   is a part of our heritage. Using pellet guns and BB guns is part of our heritage. These sports are very important to what it means to be Canadian. On this side of the House, we will always stand with law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters. I am pleased to note that support

May 1st, 2015House debate

Rick NorlockConservative

Firearms  Mr. Speaker, law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters know that there is only one party that will stand up for a safe and sensible firearms policy. It is not the Liberal Party, whose leader said it would bring back the long gun registry and makes claims about firearms

December 10th, 2014House debate

Jim EglinskiConservative

Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act   for one-quarter of all victims of police-reported violent crimes. Between 2000 and 2010, two-thirds of spouses accused of homicide had a family history of violence involving the victim. That is why this bill is so important. It would reduce red tape for law-abiding hunters, farmers

May 25th, 2015House debate

Scott ArmstrongConservative

Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act   for law-abiding citizens. Unfortunately, our Conservative government is the only one that will stand up for law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters. We have seen all too well that the Liberal Party still embodies the comments made by former justice minister Allan Rock, who

May 25th, 2015House debate

John BarlowConservative

Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act   will restore the non-restricted classification of the Swiss arms and the CZ858 families of rifles. It is clear that our Conservative government is standing up for law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters. However, what about the other political parties? Well, I expect that we

May 25th, 2015House debate

Pierre LemieuxConservative

Public Safety committee   of firearms policies that keep Canadians safe without adding needless red tape for those who are predisposed to obey the law, namely, law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters. We believe that firearm policies should be safe and also sensible. That is why we've created new prison

April 23rd, 2015Committee meeting

Steven BlaneyConservative

Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act   of law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters. I hope that all parties will support this legislation.

April 2nd, 2015House debate

Larry MaguireConservative

Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act   to outline some of the measures that I think are particularly beneficial to all Canadians in addition to some that will benefit law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters specifically. I grew up in an urban setting, and had I never moved to a rural community, I perhaps would

April 1st, 2015House debate

Cathy McLeodConservative

Ending the Long-gun Registry Act   in this place even when we were on the other side and took a stand for law-abiding hunters, farmers and sports shooters. We repeated time and again that the long gun registry was wasteful. It was ineffective. It did nothing to keep guns out of the hands of criminals. Yet still the parties

October 26th, 2011House debate

Vic ToewsConservative

Firearms   and decisive direction from his constituents to oppose the long gun registry, a position he agreed with personally. It is clear that only this Conservative government will stand up for law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters. I and other northern British Columbians wonder if he

December 11th, 2014House debate

Bob ZimmerConservative

Questions on the Order Paper  Mr. Speaker, the government is committed to standing up for law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters. The government was pleased to end the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry once and for all. It was pleased to stop the bureaucratic efforts of the Ontario Chief

December 1st, 2014House debate

Steven BlaneyConservative

Firearms Act  Mr. Speaker, our Conservative government is committed to standing up for law-abiding hunters, farmers and sport shooters. Hunting is an important part of our Canadian heritage. Previous Liberal governments have tried to put a stop to this way of life by smothering hunters

November 27th, 2014House debate

Cathy McLeodConservative

Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act   the government is standing up for the rights of law-abiding Canadians who enjoy and use firearms. As members know, I have been fighting for the rights of law-abiding hunters, farmers, and sport shooters for two decades now. I fought the introduction of the wasteful and ineffective long gun

November 26th, 2014House debate

Garry BreitkreuzConservative