“Albertans have had enough. So today we are taking action. First, as Alberta’s attorney general, I have directed that the Alberta crown prosecution service takeover the handling of charges involving the Firearms Act starting January 1st 2023.” He said as things currently stand, the federal government handles these matters. Shandro’s announcement on Thursday effectively protects legal gun owners from suddenly becoming criminals if Bill C-21 comes into force.
Assembly of First Nations unanimously vote against Ottawa’s gun control legislation
NDP MPs oppose Justin Trudeau's last minute amendment to Bill C-21
Provinces Oppose Proposed Expanded Firearms Ban
At yesterday's #SECU meeting I outlined my frustration and anger with the complete abuse of process in the Liberals' 11th hour amendment to their own Bill C-21, which drastically expands the scope and landed with no consultation or impact analysis:https://t.co/70MoCc6807— Alistair MacGregor (@AMacGregor4CML) December 14, 2022
The Liberals' response on C-21 isn't good enough for the people of northwest BC, and it isn't good enough for rural Canada. pic.twitter.com/ju6O07M1pp— Taylor Bachrach (@taylorbachrach) December 8, 2022