A Right to Arms: A John Robson documentary
Because your right to bear arms is as Canadian as maple syrup.
Canadians are passionately attached to their rights. Free speech, freedom of association, free and fair elections … and the right to bear arms. It’s a fundamental part of our heritage. When Canadians fought for self-government in the 1830s they were following a tradition dating back not just to Britain’s Glorious Revolution but to Magna Carta and even the end of Roman Britain. The Canadians who fought for liberty in two world wars handled guns as familiar objects, tools deserving of respect but part of the natural inheritance of free-spirited, independent people. In A Right to Arms we examine this Canadian tradition, the reasons for it, its history, contemporary challenges and arguments against gun ownership and why it is these arguments, not guns, that are unCanadian. Visit www.arighttoarms.com for details.
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