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Trudeau pledges tougher gun control after spate of shootings

WorldNews Tuesday, 13 August 2019 ()
Trudeau pledges tougher gun control after spate of shootingsOTTAWA: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday that his Liberals, if re-elected in an October ballot, will bring in tougher gun control measures following a spate of shootings in Toronto. He stopped short, however, of promising a handgun ban called for by Toronto Mayor John Tory after 17 people were shot last holiday weekend, which brought the total number of shootings so far this year in Canada´s largest city to 267. The figure is up from 248 in the same period last year. "Recent shootings have underscored the need for common sense...
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News video: Politicians On Both Sides Seem To Agree On 'Red Flag Laws' For Gun Control

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Momentum may be building for gun control measures after several recent mass shootings. A number of politicians on both sides seem to agree that red flag laws might be a way to limit gun violence. Melissa Caen reports. (8-11-2019)

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