Via email from the CSSA
Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Mr. Steve Torino (President, Canadian Shooting Sports Association): Thank you Mr. Chairman and members of this committee for inviting me to comment on Bill C-47 and to answer any questions I can in this regard. I would also like to present some relevant background information which may be pertinent to this bill.
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Via Email from the CSAAA
This spring the Minister of Public Safety, Ralph Goodale, announced the deferral of the Canadian Firearms Marking Regulation until December 2018. Goodale stated the 10-year-old regulation needed updating before coming into effect [get proper quote]. The announcement came following significant push-back from the CSAAA and industry members regarding the potential negative economic impact on the small businesses that make up the shooting sports industry in Canada.
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