Bill C-21 that would ban some hunting rifles, shotguns gets pushback

The Liberal government’s proposed firearms legislation which would add a new list of long guns to be banned is receiving widespread pushback. Marco Mendicino, minister of public safety, says the intent is to not go after law-abiding hunters while the opposition Raquel Dancho, Conservative public safety critic, says the Liberals are not being clear with Canadians on what guns will be banned.

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