Canada's Liberal Party's Plan to Ban the Use of Semi-Automatic Weapons

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  1. isuzu

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    This sucks...They should recognize the right to defent oneself and the shooting sports, which brought about Todd and a few other fine Canadian shooters
     

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    am sure glad i lefy canada 7 years ago and came back home.:banana:
     
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    What part of Canada did you live? Inflation in Calgary is the highest in all of Canada at 6%. Regular gas is $1.00/liter. Ammo and components are priced almost double than US prices. Whew!
     
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    anticentipede IN GOD WE TRUST

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    Not suprising, Canada is a homophile-coddling, anti-Christian, anti-self defense backwater cesspool, sort of like Great Britain and most of Europe.

    A modern day sodom and gomorrah really.
     
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    i wouldn't go that far, i think canada is still better than the US, atleast their medical and social system is there when you need it. i used to stay in vancouver, although i didn't like my stay, id consider livingthere again when it's time to retire.;)
     
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    Depends on where you live. The province of Alberta is a conservative province (lots of Catholics here). Prime Minister Harper is from this province, and he stopped same-sex marriage that was approved by the liberals.
     
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    The healthcare system, especially in Alberta is near collapse. Wait times at emergency rooms is an average of eight hours. Even neo-natal care here is overcrowded, that women who have a high risk in delivering their babies get sent to other provinces; even in Montana. It will take years for the government to untangle this mess.

    I don't know with their system here. Canada is part of the Commonwealth, and they will only honor the credentials of people coming from Commonwealth countries (very different from what they were saying in their skilled worker program).

    There are a lot of Filipino RNs here that end up as nannies. They have to study for another three years just to get employed as RNs.