The Grits, along with their accomplices in the RCMP, violated the law by keeping data they had no business having at all. Now they want to make sure they can keep ignoring the law by creating so many copies of the data that hunting them all down would be damned near impossible.
Why would Deputy Commissioner Henschel testify before Parliament that the registry records had been destroyed when his department was sitting on a hard drive with the data he claimed was deleted? The public was lied to by politicians and the Mounties, now they are owed some honest answers.
There was a time not so long ago, easily within living memory, when the RCMP were people we could (and should, even) look up to. But now? Recent events have shown clearly that you can't trust them as far as you can throw them. A sad state of affairs for a once-storied institution.
It was only a matter of time before those sneaky sons of bitches tried something like this.
Due to technical issues with the government’s website, the text of the bill is as yet unavailable, but it is highly unlikely that the amendments include anything that might indicate a return to the federal long gun registry. However, after a long and drawn-out battle with the Quebec provincial government regarding that province’s desire to create a provincial registry...