Globe and Mail

Read Vahan Kololian’s Op-Ed published in the Globe and Mail on 12 November 2018

Most Canadians are surprised to hear that Canada has the fourth highest level of gun violence amongst OECD nations. A revealing comparison is with Japan, which has an absolute ban on firearms and reports an average of 0.005 firearm homicides per 100,000 people per year. Canada, by the same measure, averages 0.48, nearly 100 times that of Japan. The United States, at 3.65, is at almost 730 times the Japanese statistic.

Click Here to read the full article.