...concerning the gun registry and Sheila Fraser 's upcoming AG report, in today's editorial, six paragraphs down:
Fraser is expected to document next week how problems with the registry continued after her 2002 report, although she is also said to have concluded administration costs are now under control.
Bottom line (for defenders of the registry) is that the Tories are just rehashing old bad news. What (non-ideological) problems that there might have been with the registry appear to have been fixed. Since the attitude of the vast majority of Canadians with respect to the gun registry is "mend it, don't end it", the revelations in Shelia will in fact be arguments for continuing the gun registry, not killing it.