From Montreal’s The Gazette:

_In June, Premier Jean Charest announced steps the province could take to restrict the use of firearms following the deadly shooting rampage at Dawson College in September 2006. . . .

Bill 9, christened Anastasia’s Law, would ban firearms from schools and daycare centres – except for such authorized personnel as police – and prevent anyone from carrying a firearm on public transit, including school buses. . . .

But [victim advocacy group leader] Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu . . . [says] the bill should focus not only on banning firearms, but also on combat knives and other large fixed-blade outdoor knives.

“I invite you to go to a flea market over the weekend. You will be astonished to see that anyone can buy big knives, Rambo-style knives. And it’s mostly young people age 14, 15 or 16 who buy those knives,” he said.

“I can’t believe that people can buy that here . . . .”_

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