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Petitions  Madam Speaker, I am pleased to rise to table a petition signed by Canadians from across the country who were happy and relieved when our Conservative government got rid of the wasteful and ineffective long-gun registry and then were saddened and dismayed to see the current

April 5th, 2019House debate

Candice BergenConservative

Firearms Act   violence. Let us talk about the real elephant in the room tonight. This legislation is a backdoor attempt to bring back the wasteful and ineffective long-gun registry. The long-gun registry introduced by Chr├ętien's Liberal government was costly. Canadians were told it would only cost

June 19th, 2018House debate

Rosemarie FalkConservative

Firearms Act   the PAL to the transaction reference number, the RCMP can connect firearms to specific individuals, and this is building the framework and infrastructure for another wasteful and ineffective long-gun registry.

June 19th, 2018House debate

Cheryl GallantConservative

Firearms Act   for the use of a firearm in the commission of a crime, regardless of whether the person caused or meant to cause bodily harm. Of course, who could forget that we repealed the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry, which did absolutely nothing to reduce crime, but did waste millions

June 19th, 2018House debate

David SweetConservative

Firearms Act   and ineffective long-gun registry that Conservatives were given a clear mandate to eliminate. I find it interesting that the Prime Minister dismissed this long-gun registry as a failure back in 2012. This was despite his vote in favour of keeping it intact earlier on. Therefore, we should

June 18th, 2018House debate

Ted FalkConservative

Instruction to Committee on Bill C-71   and debate on another piece of controversial but very important legislation, Bill C-71. What has been exposed by the very limited conversation so far is that Bill C-71 effectively breaks another Liberal promise, the promise not to bring back the wasteful, ineffective long-gun registry. I

June 4th, 2018House debate

Colin CarrieConservative

Export and Import Permits Act   a negative effect on law-abiding Canadians. Indeed, because of what we have previously seen in Bill C-71 and from the Liberal government generally, members will know that the Liberals introduced the wasteful and ineffective long-gun registry and that firearms owners in Canada have been

May 28th, 2018House debate

Candice BergenConservative

An Act in Relation to Firearms   to gun legislation? We all know about the wasteful and ineffective long-gun registry that was introduced by the Liberals. They defended and supported it. It cost $3 billion. It penalized and made criminals out of law-abiding Canadians. That was the very first thing the Liberals did

March 28th, 2018House debate

Candice BergenConservative

Export and Import Permits Act   previous Conservative government was in office, we listened to Canadians and eliminated the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry. Instead of treating law-abiding firearms owners like criminals, we repealed the requirement to register non-restricted fire arms, long guns, rifles

September 21st, 2017House debate

Ted FalkConservative

Export and Import Permits Act   government to revive the wasteful and ineffective long-gun registry, which was eliminated by our previous Conservative government. Bill C-47 would allow for the government to create regulations that demand firearm importers and exporters to report and keep all of their import registry

September 21st, 2017House debate

Ted FalkConservative

Firearms Regulations   dictating that Canadians once again be subjected to what can only be described as a backdoor registry. Our government kept its 17-year-old promise and ended the last wasteful and ineffective long gun registry. My intention in tabling this motion is to ensure that any door that could

May 26th, 2015House debate

Bob ZimmerConservative

Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act   of a firearm. It is also why we have made sentences tougher for those who use firearms to commit crimes. That is why we have made it a specific offence to engage in drive-by or other reckless shootings. It is also why we scrapped the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry. It is why we

May 25th, 2015House debate

Scott ArmstrongConservative

Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act   on that and on their discretion later. This paperwork is then sent to the CFO, or the chief firearms officer, where it is filed in a drawer and never seen again. It is not shared with law enforcement and it is not searchable. Aside from the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry, which our Conservative

May 25th, 2015House debate

Pierre LemieuxConservative

Criminal Code  , including tough new sentences for drive-by shootings. However, we are also making sure that our firearms policies are safe and sensible. That is why we ended the wasteful and ineffective long-gun registry once and for all. That is why we abolished needless regulations introduced

May 1st, 2015House debate

Bob ZimmerConservative

Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act   and transportation of firearms. This same Liberal bill also created the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry. Following our Conservative government's election in 2006, we immediately took action to make sure that no one could be prosecuted for being in possession of an unregistered long

April 2nd, 2015House debate

Larry MaguireConservative