Moshe Lander, an economist told the CBC "As long as Canadians don't feel safe, then why force open that border when there's no strong political logic to doing it?"
Over the past month, hundreds of guns have quietly been outlawed by the RCMP on top of the 1,500 firearms previously banned by the Liberal government.
Even a leading anti-gun advocacy group is unhappy with Justin Trudeau's gun ban after it was discovered that it has been made easily reversible.
Video has emerged of Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair confusing a grenade launcher and a historic cannon placed in Stanley Park in Vancouver.
Federal prison managers have hit back at Bill Blair after he said that hundreds of prisoners had been released over coronavirus.
As we slowly move from a health crisis to an economic crisis, expect more appeals for expanded government power.
On Monday, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair disclosed that “hundreds of people" will be released from prison due to the coronavirus crisis. But the Trudeau government will not give a specific number.
The gunman responsible for the Nova Scotia shooting which left at least 22 people dead was banned from owning firearms following an assault conviction.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair noted that illegal border crossings, which have previously peeked at over 5,700 per month, have now dropped to zero.
Blair went on to say that inmates did not pose a threat to the public, and that there were "literally hundreds of people" placed back in the community.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair has advised the federal prison service to consider early release for offenders in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus in prisons.
The Trudeau government will continue to allow illegal border crossers into Canada, despite the on-going coronavirus pandemic.
Bill Blair’s office did not respond to request for comment on the biggest petition in Canadian history that’s against the Liberal gun ban.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair’s office gave The Post Millennial new information on the gun ban that’s being fast-tracked without routine consultation.
Conservative MP Cheryl Gallant called Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair the “Gun Confiscation Minister”.
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