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Civilian firearms ownership is a Canadian heritage, but their use has been regulated since the early days of Confederation. Over time, more gun controls have been instituted. In the 1970s, the government introduced more intermediate strength gun controls, followed by the institution of much stricter gun controls in the 1990s, under Bills C-17 and C-68, the Firearms Act. Today, Canada stands as a country with some of the strictest gun controls in the world. While the intent and purpose of gun control in Canada…

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