Canadian Prime Minister wants government to limit access to assault weapons, does not rule out ban
Posted: 12:57 PM, Dec 06, 2018
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he wants to limit access to handguns and assault weapons.
According to CTV
, Trudeau says the government is looking at different ways to tackle gun violence in Canada.
CTV reports the prime minister told a Montreal radio station that he does not rule out a full ban.
Trudeau says the goal is to prevent criminals from gaining access to handguns and assault weapons.
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