There's the potential that the current gun-control debate could hold volatile political consequences in Quebec. (Jonathan Hayward / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
MONTREAL — If federal politicians want to kill the gun registry, the may have to stare down the families of Polytechnique massacre victims and a high-profile delegation from Quebec.
The province's public safety minister reacted furiously to a move to scrap the long-gun registry, which was inspired by the murder of 14 Montreal university students almost 20 years ago.
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My Comment: Another program that will cost hundreds of millions, and will have zero impact on criminals who want to use guns while committing crimes.