Sask introduces Firearms Act to protect firearms owners from Trudeau’s gun grab
The Saskatchewan government has introduced the Saskatchewan Firearms Act (SFA) to protect lawful firearms owners from the Trudeau government’s firearms ban.
Corrections, Policing, and Public Safety Minister Christine Tell said the government does not want to take guns away from responsible owners.
“This act will help address concerns of responsible firearms owners and enhance public safety across Saskatchewan,” said Tell.
To protect the public, the Saskatchewan government supports policies going after firearms used by criminals.
“We take public safety seriously and support initiatives that reduce the criminal use of firearms while preventing gang violence and stopping illegal guns from entering our province,” said Tell.