November 21, 2013: Coalition for Gun Control Satisfied by Supreme Court of Canada Ruling to Hear Appeal in Gun Registry Case
September 30, 2013: The Coalition for Gun Control files a motion to intervene at the Supreme Court of Canada in support of the Government of Quebec
August 23, 2013: The Coalition for Gun Control to file a motion to intervene at the Supreme Court of Canada in support of the Government of Quebec’s fight for the gun registry data
June 27, 2013: Disappointed in Quebec Court Ruling, the Coalition for Gun Control Vows to Keep On Fighting for Sensible Gun Laws
March 8, 2013: On March 8, Protect Women’s Right to Safety: Say NO to Weakening Gun Control
January 25, 2013: ATI Documents Show Eliminating Gun Registry Will Save Only $2 Million. Public Safety Costs Immense.
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Coalition for Gun Control Satisfied By Supreme Court of Canada Ruling to Hear Appeal in Gun Registry Case
UN Security Council Urges Action on Small Arms, Canada Still Silent
Coalition for Gun Control Letter to the RCMP Public Complaints Commission on the situation in High River, AB
VIDEO: Global News on the Coalition's motion to intervene at the Supreme Court in support of the Quebec government's efforts to obtain the registry data
Coalition President Wendy Cukier in Americas Quarterly on The NRA's Hemispheric Reach
ATI Documents Show Eliminating Gun Registry Will Save Only $2 Million. Public Safety Costs Immense.
LOOPHOLES: How a changing arms industry is bringing incoherence to Canada’s gun control system
Toronto's Schlifer Clinic launched a Charter Challenge against Bill C-19 and the elimination of the long-gun registry based on the disproportionate risk women face.
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The Coalition for Gun Control has filed a motion to intervene at the Supreme Court of Canada in support of the Government of Quebec's case to obtain the gun registry data
Learn about in differences in gun control between Canada and the US, and the consequences of weak controls globally.
Background information on the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee
Canadian government postpones marking requirements necessary under UN Firearms Protocol