Quebec long-gun registry in effect

Chris Lowrey
QUEBEC Jan. 29, 2018
Opponents of Canada’s federal long gun registry breathed a sigh of relief when it was abolished by the Conservative government in 2012.
However, those who live in Quebec will have to register their long guns with the newly-created provincial long gun registry.
Gun owners in the province will have one year to register their firearms with what Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux labelled a “simple, quick, free” process.

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