gun control

Trudeau announces new gun control legislation in Ottawa on May 30, 2022. (Patrick Doyle/The Canadian Press)

Justin Trudeau to freeze handgun sales in Canada

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Trudeau greets MP candidates as he makes a campaign stop in an airplane hanger in Mississauga, Ont., on Sept. 3, 2021 (Nathan Denette/CP)

The Liberal campaign’s comeback strategy? Buy American.

Andrew MacDougall: It’s the ‘most important election since 1945’ and we’ve been reduced to the two main parties shouting about a problem Canada doesn’t have

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is seen during an announcement on a ban on military style assault weapons during a news conference in Ottawa, Friday May 1, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Justin Trudeau announces federal ban on assault-style firearms in Canada (Full transcript)

‘These weapons were designed for one purpose and one purpose only: to kill the largest number of people in the shortest amount of time. There is no use and no place for such weapons in Canada.’

Guns and white supremacists don’t mix

Pam Palmater: The rise of white nationalism happened so quickly in Canada that the government does not have a handle on the serious threat it poses to public safety

New Zealand is not showing Canada the way on gun control

Matt Gurney: The country has been widely praised for its gun crackdown, but it is mostly just catching up to Canada’s existing laws

Canada’s desire for stricter gun control is rooted in our history

Canadians have been calling for tighter regulations long before recent proposals for handgun bans

Forget outdated tactics: To address gun violence, let’s empower our youth

Opinion: Youth involvement was a key to reducing violence after Toronto’s ‘summer of the gun’—so think beyond government programs and more police enforcement

Here’s why we—America’s youth—will prevail in the fight for gun safety

Opinion: Maryland student Michael Solomon on why representation is the key to turning the March For Our Lives moment into a sustained movement

How American kids brought the gun reform fight to the streets of Washington

Isabela Barry lost her best friend in Parkland. How she and her classmates came to Washington to sing, rage and show America what change will look like.

Where March For Our Lives protests are happening across Canada

As thousands attend March For Our Lives protests for gun reform in the U.S. on Saturday, March 24, marches will also take place in cities across Canada

These 8 students say why they’re marching for gun reform: ‘No one wants to be next’

Eight student organizers from blue and red states explain the reasons for their activism, their experiences with guns in America, and what comes next

America’s twin national pastimes, firearms and fastballs

Allen Abel in Washington: Spring means baseball and guns, and those U.S. obsessions were both on display in Trump’s White House Monday