Senator Don Plett corrects him: It's ~16%, according to Statistics Canada.
The main methods are:
- hanging (44%)
- poisoning, including drug overdoses (25%)
But: Bill C-71 doesn't regulate how people kill themselves.
The illegal use of firearms for violent crime has been declining for decades and is near a record low.
The idea that hunters, farmers and sport shooters have some connection to violent gangs is a lie.
Panelists who FAVOUR Bill C-71:
- off topic
- don't know guns
- don't know law
- unable to answer questions
Ross Faulkner: I believe they have a list. I believe they have been given an agenda and given a full range to do what they wish on classifications.
Not quite correct.
CSIS founded it.
- He opposes honest people having firearms for protection, hunting, recreation, competition, ...
- He opposes freedom of speech.
Why is Canada's parliament giving this anti-Canadian activist a microphone?
"Number of persons charged with a criminal offence while failing to have a valid ATT = Zero"
Result: Trust in doctors just died.
This isn't theoretical.
TheGunBlog.ca is already getting letters from gun owners saying they are withholding info from their docs.
Teri Bryant: Certainly it's better to have an appeal process rather than not an appeal process. ... The legal process, unless you are a lawyer, is essentially inaccessible in all respects ...