Tackling Violent Crime Act

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The Tackling Violent Crime Act is an omnibus statute that was given royal assent on February 28, 2008. The statute primarily deals with strengthening gun control in Canada as well as fighting drunk driving, drug-impaired driving and to increase the age of consent for sexual intercourse from 14 to 16.[1]

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