Canada has a long history of gun laws that are inconsistent with international norms.
The Canadian government’s own research indicates that gun ownership in Canada has not been as high as in most other countries.
The recent National Rifle Association conference in Ottawa revealed that a third of Canadians say they have a firearm.
According to a 2016 study conducted by Statistics Canada, Canadians with a firearm in their home had the highest rate of accidental shooting deaths in the country, while those without firearms had the lowest rate.
Despite these statistics, Canadians are still the majority of gun owners in Canada.
A recent study by the Angus Reid Institute found that Canadians are more likely to own guns than any other country in the world.
According the report, Canada has the second highest number of guns per capita in the OECD, after the United States.
A number of other countries, such as Germany and Denmark, also have a high level of gun ownership.
However, there are significant differences in the way Canadians live and travel, including the number of times each year people can travel across the country without a permit, as well as the number and types of gun licences available.
In the U.S., Americans are generally permitted to carry a firearm openly for hunting, while Canadians are required to register their guns.
According a 2016 report by the Center for American Progress, more than 40 percent of Americans have at least one gun in their homes.
The study found that gun owners live in more urban areas and are more prone to being targeted by crime.
A 2016 study by Johns Hopkins University also found that guns are more commonly used by minorities, young people and women, while they are more common among white people.
In 2016, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution to end gun violence in all its forms, and to create a global treaty to end all forms of violence against women and girls.
The UN General Assembly’s Resolution on the Elimination of Violence against Women and Girls calls for an international approach to the prevention and control of all forms, forms of and forms of sexual violence against girls and women.
In 2018, Canada became the first country to legalize the sale of long guns.
The new gun laws in Canada come after a decade-long ban on the sale and purchase of long-barreled firearms in Canada, which were also banned in other countries including the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.
However it is unclear what will happen to the firearms that have been banned.
The ban was set to expire in 2018, but has been extended to 2020.
With files from Andrew Chen and CTV Toronto’s Katie Dennings