Federal government launches ‘war’ on gun violence with $86M

Nov 08 20:11 2018 Print This Article

The federal government will spend $86 million to stop illegal guns from entering the country and to combat the rise of gun violence. The Canada Border Services Agency will receive $51.5 million to expand its detector dog teams, which help border-security officers detect drugs and guns at key highway crossings with the United States. The money will also go toward expanding X-ray scanning technology […]

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