Francine Dulong
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Francine Dulong is the daughter of the late Jocelyne Couture-Nowak, the Canadian victim of the 2007 Virginia
Tech massacre. Since this tragic event, one of her goals is to prevent the pain and loss of needless gun
violence while promoting responsibility and education on the subject. Her personal knowledge and research
led her to be invited as a witness to the Canadian Senate during the discussion of Bill C-19 (Scrapping the
Long Gun Registry). Francine continues her mother's legacy as a theatre and French language teacher in
Vancouver, BC.

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Canada's Gun Laws Are Far From Bulletproof

(29) Comments | Posted October 12, 2012 | 11:23 AM

While I had long believed in gun control, its importance hit home for me after losing my mother at the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007. After that tragic event in which 33 people were killed, I wanted to understand why and make sure others would not have to suffer like...

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