Petition to the House of Commons in Parliament assembled
Canada has entered an agreement with the United Nations that all firearms imported into Canada are required to be marked with a unique identifier;
Current Canadian law does not require a serial number on newly imported firearms;
The current Firearms Marking Regulations do not satisfy the agreement for a unique identifier such as a serial number;
The Firearms Marking Regulations would degrade and devalue firearms; and
The Firearms Marking Regulations would hamper legal trade and cause hardship for licenced firearms businesses in Canada.
We, the undersigned, citizens of Canada, call upon the House of Commons in Parliament assembled to cancel implementation of the current Firearms Marking Regulations and replace them with new regulations that require a serial number to be present on newly manufactured imported firearms.
There is no obligation on the part of any Member of Parliament to sponsor an e-petition. Neither the House of Commons nor any Member of Parliament sponsoring a petition endorses the views or information contained in any e-petition posted on this website. Moreover, they do not make any representations about, or assume any liability for, any of the information set out in any e-petition. No e-petition posted on this website is protected by parliamentary privilege until presented by a Member of Parliament to the House of Commons.