Public Safety Minister grilled in committee for targeting law-abiding gun owners
By Andrew Kozak
Conservative MPs challenged Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino over the Trudeau government’s plan to target law-abiding gun owners with Bill C-21.
In Tuesday’s meeting of the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security, Mendicino dodged questions from Conservative MPs Raquel Dancho and Dane Lloyd.
Dancho asked Mendicino why the government intended to “redirect police resources to the confiscation regime” while resources were already stretched.
According to the 2019 Liberal platform, the gun buyback program was estimated to cost anywhere from $400 million to $600 million whereas more recent estimates put the figure at nearly $5 billion.
Conservative MP @DaneLloydMP challenges Marco Mendicino on the Liberal government’s decision to target law-abiding gun owners instead of illegally possessed firearms with a buyback program. pic.twitter.com/whh1I784e5
— True North (@TrueNorthCentre) October 4, 2022
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