Judge sides with Quebec in long-gun registry battle
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Judge sides with Quebec in long-gun registry battle

Calgary : Canada | Sep 10, 2012 at 8:34 AM PDT
Source: The Globe and Mail
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EDT The federal government's plan to destroy data from its long-gun registry is unconstitutional, a judge has ruled, siding with the Quebec government's bid to keep information for its own firearms registry. The decision released Monday morning by Mr. Justice Marc-Andre Blanchard of the Quebec... FULL ARTICLE AT The Globe and Mail
 
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