NFA attack ads target Trudeau as Tories shift gears on gun control - 2021-09-08

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F99.png NFA attack ads target Trudeau as Tories shift gears on gun control September 8, 2021, Natasha Bulowski, National Observer

The federal Conservative Party is distancing itself from a controversial firearms lobby group to dispel attacks from the Liberals painting it as a party that strikes deals with gun lobbyists. It even amended party policy to say that, if elected, a Conservative government would keep the Liberal gun restrictions and complete a review of those rules.

Canada's National Firearms Association (NFA) is an advocacy group representing firearms owners and is registered as a third party with Elections Canada.

In a recent video, NFA president Sheldon Clare said the association has a "pretty solid relationship" with the Conservative party and hopes that will continue on Sept. 21, calling on viewers to "get these guys out of opposition and into government."

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