Speaking at the Manitoba Wildlife Federation’s 75th Annual General Meeting and Convention April 12, Portage-Lisgar MP Candice Bergen said a Conservative government “will repeal and replace the Liberal’s ineffective gun legislation.”
“75 years is a remarkable accomplishment and I applaud the Manitoba Wildlife Federation for all their hard work and dedication to wildlife conservation in Manitoba,” the MP said.
Her talking points included saying, “Conservatives are the only party who fully support and have an appreciation for the rural way of life. Since forming government, the Liberals have introduced Bill C-71, which unfairly targets law-abiding firearms owners. They claim that they are cracking down on gun violence but have clearly missed the mark.
“As a Conservative Member of Parliament, I know that hunting and sport shooting is an important part of the rural way of life,” Bergen said. “If elected, Andrew Scheer and a Conservative government, will repeal and replace the Liberal’s ineffective gun legislation with a law that targets criminals, protects Canadians and respects sports shooters law-abiding firearms owners.”