Hubris in the North: The Canadian Firearms Registry

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The shootings at Montreal's Dawson College in September 2006 reignited the controversy over the firearms registry. This paper is a timely effort to evaluate the effectiveness of the 1995 firearm legislation. In 1995, the government assumed that, by controlling the availability of firearms, the registry would reduce total criminal violence, not just gun violence, suicide and domestic abuse.

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