It's an issue that has long been a thorn in the side of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, thanks in part to a key role played by a Niagara MP. But Harper's longtime desire to kill Canada's long gun registry will soon come to pass no matter what Welland NDP MP Malcolm Allen does. The Conservative government failed to end the controversial registry in the last minority Parliament when NDP MPs, including Allen, voted against the attempt. Now with a majority government, the Tories will be able to pass their motion with ease.
Read Original at: St. Catharines Standard (Canada)