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Canada’s armed forces in trouble

Canada’s "army, navy and air force are facing a funding shortfall of up to half a billion dollars, defence sources told the National Post, and the military is recommending drastic measures to make up the difference, including closing some of the largest bases in the country."

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Scrap that stupid gun registry and use that money.

Q: How much does that black hole of a gun registry cost?

A: In December 2002, a preliminary audit by the Auditor General of Canada revealed that the Department of Justice was estimating the gun registry program would cost more than $1 billion by 2004-05, and collect about $140 million in fees.

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