In Canada, there’s an average of 1,300 firearm-related deaths each year and too many children and teens are injured by guns each year, the Canadian Paediatric Society says.
“I was told I was hit by a train. I thought I was in a dream,” Huang told CBC News, recalling waking up paralyzed two weeks later in hospital.
“When I tell people they’re shocked,” she said. “I guess at the time it was really challenging. But to me it was just my life, and I just had to get through it.”
“We will work with law enforcement partners to encourage appropriate and proportionate criminal justice measures. We know it is impossible to arrest our way out of this problem,” she said.
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Refusals of Canadians at American land crossings dropped 8.5 per cent between October and the end of February compared with the same five-month period a year earlier, according to U.S. government statistics
“I didn’t know that I had a talent for it but I loved doing it, so I kept coming back every single day,” Yanke told CBC News.