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Thread: WRITE YOUR ATTORNEY GENERAL, ask to follow Alberta's lead wrt the May 1st, 2020 OIC.

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    according to thegunblog.ca website, there are 90,000 AR-15 target rifles registered to individuals.

    https://thegunblog.ca/facts-stats/

    the libs are offering $1337 for each AR-15.

    https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/c...rms/bp-en.aspx


    That means: 90000 rilfes x $1337 = $120,330,000 would cost the government to run the buyback program, that's excluding the RCMP wage to go door to door to confiscate these guns.

    Starting Jan 1, the federal government will increase the taxes, both on income and carbon tax.

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    Sent my email! Let’s hope there’s some push back from Ontario like Alberta

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    Quote Originally Posted by panzer1 View Post
    In french for the QC peoples.

    Bonjour Monsieur Jolin-Barrette, Procureur Général de la province de Québec;

    Je suis depuis longtemps un conservateur, un adepte du tir à la cible et un chasseur.
    J’aimerais que vous preniez connaissance de la décision du Ministre de la Justice de l’Alberta en ce qui concerne le décret du gouvernement fédéral de Monsieur Trudeau le 1er Mai 2020.
    En effet, le Ministre de la Justice de l’Alberta prend position contre ce décret qui vise les propriétaires légitimes d’armes à feu au Canada et particulièrement contre la confiscation des dites armes dans un programme de rachat qui va couter des millions de dollars aux Canadiens et qui ne va avoir aucun effet sur la criminalité.
    Il serait grandement temps que le Québec affiche une position similaire et vise la bonne cible : les gangs de rue, la contrebande, les frontières.
    Je me permets d’inclure un texte en anglais d’un de mes confrères Albertains ainsi que le lien web.

    https://youtu.be/DtRZAZGUauc

    « Please take the time to watch the video below in which Alberta's Minister of Justice and Solicitor General Mr. Tyler Shandro and Alberta's Chief Firearms Officer Ms. Teri Bryant state that they will protect law abiding licensed firearms owners in Alberta from having their lawfully purchased firearms forcibly confiscated from them by the Federal Governement under the auspices of a 'buy back'. As Minister Shandro states, prior to the May 1st, 2020 OIC these 1500 various types of firearms were lawfully owned by Albertans and there is no public safety reason to confiscate them.

    I respectfully ask that you speak with our Premier, Mr. Doug Ford and that Ontario take the same position & steps as Alberta to ensure that licensed firearm owners living in Ontario are protected in the same manner as Alberta.

    Sincerely
    Jay »

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    Merci beaucoup!! Thank you very much. i will wait after Oct 3rd Election day in QC and wait for new cabinet announcment.

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    Great post!

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    Done for QC. Sent to AG, CC'd MPP and Legault. Fingers crossed, but not hopeful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soheil View Post
    according to thegunblog.ca website, there are 90,000 AR-15 target rifles registered to individuals.

    https://thegunblog.ca/facts-stats/

    the libs are offering $1337 for each AR-15.

    https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/c...rms/bp-en.aspx


    That means: 90000 rilfes x $1337 = $120,330,000 would cost the government to run the buyback program, that's excluding the RCMP wage to go door to door to confiscate these guns.

    Starting Jan 1, the federal government will increase the taxes, both on income and carbon tax.
    I wonder if they will change that figure assuming someone only hands in their lower, but keeps everything else deemed not to be prohibited. Of course, thats assuming a worst case scenario.
    Last edited by dragonslayer64; 10-03-2022 at 04:33 PM.
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    Anyone gotten a response in Manitoba yet? Besides that auto-reply.
    Goertzens FB post or whatever it was saying they didn't want to allocate provincial funds for the buyback isn't enough of a pushback.

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