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Some of the 1184 firearms handed in during a gun amnesty in B.C. in 2016. Photo: Province of British Columbia
Karl Nerenberg | The Liberals promised a number of gun control measures, including gun-marking rules. In power, the gun lobby has successfully spooked them.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | In itself, the gun issue and Wednesday's vote on the registry is not all that important. The issue is almost all symbolism, emotion, ideology and twisted politics, with hardly a real fact in sight.
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Gary Shaul | A look at the gun registry debate is through a "democracy lens."
Columnists
Jerry West | The arguments in favour of the gun registry are full of holes. What lies behind the push to keep the registry?
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Linda McQuaig | On a list of favourite activities, renewing my car registration would rank rather low. Still, having done it recently, I can attest that it didn't feel like an assault on my freedom.
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James Laxer | The outcome of the upcoming vote in parliament on the long gun registry matters to the NDP because the party has been suffering from a "What do you stand for" problem.
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Jerry West | Is the gun registry a good use of resources, or does it do more harm than good?
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Ralph Surette | The bill to kill the national gun registry has gone to committee before it emerges for the final reading. With extreme luck, they might even make it the lean thing it should have been to begin with.