Visitors pay their respects at a roadside memorial for victims of a mass shooting in Portapique, Nova Scotia, in April. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP

Canada bans assault-style weapons after mass shooting

  • Twenty-two people were killed in Nova Scotia last month during a gunman’s rampage
  • Trade in military-style firearms, including the AR-15, is no longer allowed, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says
Topic |   Canada
Visitors pay their respects at a roadside memorial for victims of a mass shooting in Portapique, Nova Scotia, in April. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
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