Editor’s Note: In a Sept. 12 story about a pro-firearm rally on Parliament Hill, The Canadian Press reported that the federal government had “set up” a buy-back program for newly prohibited firearms. In fact, the government has issued a tender to 15 companies to design such a program, but it is not yet active. Pro-gun activists marched in Ottawa on Saturday to contest what they describe as the “injustice and ineffectiveness” of the federal government’s assault weapon ban. The Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights is behind the outdoor event on Parliament Hill, dubbed an “integrity march,” to advocate for […]

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