Canadian Prime Minister has banned the sale and transfer of handguns in the Canada.
According to a statement released by the Prime Minister’s Office, these are the toughest measures taken in Canada in the past 40 years regarding gun control.
Canadian citizens will no longer be able to sell and buy handguns in Canada. New purchased pistols and guns will also not be able to bring into the country.
The Prime Minister’s Office says handgun applications received before Friday will be processed.
It should be noted that Canada’s gun laws are stricter than America’s.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s gun control law is being opposed in Alberta, a Canadian state.
Alberta Justice Minister Tyler Shandro said the federal government wants to achieve its political goals by punishing citizens who own guns, while supporters of the central government want to completely eliminate legal gun ownership in the country.