Canadian law enforcement agencies are now cracking down on gun-free zones in order to prevent mass shootings.
This comes on the heels of a recent spate of mass shootings in the United States, where there has been a spike in mass shootings involving guns.
The law enforcement organizations behind the crackdown are saying that they are trying to prevent gun violence in order for law enforcement to maintain its public safety.
In a statement posted on their website, the Canadian Firearms Association (CFA) and Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said they were cracking down because the number of gun-owning individuals in Canada had increased over the past year.
In their statement, the CFA and CBSA noted that a large number of people who have purchased guns in Canada are currently prohibited from possessing them in public places.
They added that the recent spike in shootings and mass killings has left Canadians concerned that the country’s laws are being abused to increase gun ownership.
“The government must take urgent steps to ensure that law enforcement officers, and other Canadians, are not exposed to the risk of becoming victims of crime when they come into contact with prohibited weapons,” they wrote.
In order to get around these restrictions, the two organizations have launched a program called The Poiseuile’s Law, which is aimed at helping people evade the gun-control laws by buying a handgun from an online retailer.
This means that the CCA and CBCA can only confiscate guns that have been purchased from the Poiseuit’s Law website.
However, the group’s website says that there is a catch to the program.
“You must first register the firearm you want to purchase and pay a fee, then you can pick up the firearm on the spot, no questions asked,” the site reads.
The CCA has also posted an online form for people to fill out to register a gun for the program, and they also provide a link to a list of retailers that sell the guns that are prohibited from purchase.
The link that leads to the list of shops selling firearms has been removed from the website, however.
The website also states that they have contacted law enforcement, and that the government has responded to the site.
However the Canadian Border Services agency did not respond to a request for comment from Breitbart News about the program and the crackdown.
In Canada, law enforcement is required to obtain a warrant to search for prohibited weapons, and the agency is also required to issue warnings to people who are believed to be selling firearms.
In the past, law-enforcement officers have been known to use the Poizeuit’s law program to confiscate a firearm in order “to prevent mass killings,” according to The Intercept.
The organization that created the Poideuile.ca program also posted a list on its website of guns that were banned from purchase in Canada.
It was not immediately clear if anyone who was registered as a Poiseuer was being denied the ability to buy guns, and whether the government was aware of the program or if they had responded to it.
“As with any law enforcement action, the information is confidential and will not be shared with any third party without the express permission of the owner,” the CBA and CBAS said in their statement.