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Over 100 Canadians die in firearm accidents per year.
A person needs a license to own a firearm in Canada.
A person who holds a firearm license in Canada is investigated by the RCMP every day.
Handguns have been registered in Canada since 1934.
A similar number of Canadians are injured by lightning compared to the average number of firearm-related homicides.
The three classes of firearms in Canada are non-restricted, restricted and prohibited.
Twelve percent of domestic violence calls have a “firearm present”.
More than half of crime guns come from domestic sources.
You don’t need a firearms license to purchase ammunition.
The Firearms Act allows the home of a licensed firearm owner to be searched at the discretion of the government.
The leading cause of firearm-related death in Canada is homicide.
Assault weapons are legal to own in Canada.
You need the permission of your spouse in order to qualify for a firearms license.
If a public safety concern exists, a licensed gun owner’s firearms can be seized only by an order from a judge.
Firearms are loosely regulated in Canada.

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