Private sector will design government buyback of 1,500 prohibited firearms

Private sector will design government buyback of 1,500 prohibited firearms

Justin Trudeau's massive government gun grab is in the hands of 15 consulting firms, who've been asked by Public Safety Canada to propose “range of options and approaches” to compensate gun owning Canadians.

In May of this year, Trudeau and Public Safety Minister Bill Blair announced the banning of 1,500 firearms.

As reported by the Canadian Press:

The federal government is turning to the private sector to design and run a massive buyback of newly prohibited firearms.

Public Safety Canada has invited 15 consulting firms to come up with a “range of options and approaches” for the planned program to compensate gun owners.

While the gun ban was instituted in part as a response to the Nova Scotia shooting, which was committed using illegal weapons, but it doesn't go far enough for one group:

The group PolySeSouvient, a leading proponent of stricter gun control, has argued that allowing owners of recently banned firearms to keep them would make it easier for a different government to simply reverse the ban in future.

About 2.2 million men and women have a gun-ownership permit in Canada — more than play golf or hockey — and possess between 15 and 20 million guns.

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