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Proposed destruction of long-gun database sets “dangerous precedent”:
archivist
The Association of Canadian Archivists says the government should
reconsider the provisions that require destruction of the records and
bypass existing rules on records retention.

“It sets a very dangerous precedent for future legislation,” said
association president Loryl MacDonald. “It’s not exactly transparent at all
if the government thinks it can do what it is politically expedient and
override.”


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