From January to May 2006, the Canada Firearms Centre (CAFC) was a stand-alone agency within the portfolio of the Minister of Public Safety. On May 17, 2006, the Government of Canada transferred the responsibility for the operation of the CAFC along with the oversight of the administration and implementation of the Firearms Act and Canadian Firearms Program, to the RCMP. The report presents the activities and achievements of the Canada Firearms Centre and the Canadian Firearms Program for the year. It describes how the Centre and the program operate; the public-safety benefits of the program; the year’s highlights based on priorities identified last year; and priorities for the upcoming year. Appendices include a listing of program partners, newly registered firearms, and licences issued.
|Department/Agency||Royal Canadian Mounted Police.|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Continues||Report ; 2290-560X ; Began with 2003; ceased with 2005.|
|Other Formats||Paper-[English | French]|
|Note||Issued also in French under title: Rapport de ... / Commissaire aux armes à feu.|
|Chronology||Began with 2006.|
|Subject Terms||Firearms, Legislation|
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