"However, the actual full cost of the 'buy back' won’t be $600 million; it will be much more."
Despite the huge increase in prohibited weapons, the number of firearms-related homicides in the country remained relatively stable.
On Monday, four elected Wet'suwet'en chiefs demanded B.C. and the feds reject a recent agreement reached with hereditary chiefs.
“From the very beginning we recognized that seniors are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19 as a disease," said Justin Trudeau at his daily briefing in Ottawa.
Instead, Trudeau sees a future for things like oil sands developments as part of Canada's new, greener economy.
“We know there is more to do on strengthening gun control in this country which is why we’re going to be moving forward when Parliament allows...
"It is a knee-jerk emotional reaction enacted in an amateur way and demonstrates gross negligence and incompetence," said Alison de Groot, Managing Director of the CSAAA.
“In response to today’s announcement from Ottawa, our government is actively considering appointing Alberta’s own chief firearms officer (CFO) to replace the CFO appointed by Ottawa."
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said: "These weapons were designed for one purpose and one purpose only ... to kill the largest amount of people in the...
Jeff said unless the government properly compensates him for the cost of the weapon "it may take a little trip."