The Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights wrote the event was aimed at showing Canadians that gun owners are “your friends, colleagues and neighbours.”
Public Safety Canada has invited over a dozen firms to come up with a "range of options and approaches" for the program to compensate firearm owners.
Owners of these “military-style” weapons will be granted a two-year amnesty period.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair said he wants to bring in new legislation as quickly as possible.
The prime minister says he's looking for "common ground" in the minority Parliament.
The federal government is a determining handgun bans on a city-by-city basis.
U.S. law protects gunmakers from lawsuits like these; not so in Canada.
The government should also implement a national handgun ban, advocates say.
Tit-for-tat attack ads light up Toronto-area screens days election day.
The Liberals are pledging to work with provinces to give cities the power to ban the weapons.