How Bill C-21 turned from banning handguns to hunting guns | CBC News
The latest amendments proposed to the government's gun control bill, C-21, would prohibit large numbers of common hunting rifles, shotguns, as well as antique arms, cannons owned by historical re-enactors, and pricey collector pieces.
The Royal Canadian Artillery Association has been representing us to the parliamentary committee this week and were mentioned in the CBC News article.
"Many of our veterans actively participate in period outfits as re-enactors to demonstrate the workings of the ordnance at formal salutes, displays, reenactments and the like," the Royal Canadian Artillery Association wrote to the committee studying C-21, saying the bill will make their activities a crime.
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