POP: Public Awareness of Private Property Rights and Firearms Safety
Res #: POP 5-17A
Responses Received: No
WHEREAS there has been considerable effort on educating the public of the effects of drinking and driving, safety on the roads, and distracted driving;
WHEREAS the government issues, for sale, hunting licences to the public for the privilege of using private property and omits to include the safety of non-urban residents;
BE IT RESOLVED that SARM and the RCMP increase public awareness with respect to private property rights and firearms safety.