Susan Delacourt finds a news story on one of the first gun registry votes, from 1995:
Reform MP Stephen Harper (Calgary West), touted by some as a future Reform party leader, bucked his caucus and voted with the government, as did the Bloc Quebecois.
She's also got hold of a copy of that report that Peter Van Loan has been suppressing:
It's spending less, attracting more registrants and police are using the registry more -- almost 4,000 times last year.
Also, I am hearing that Mark Holland is talking about gutting the bill in committee, where the opposition has a majority.
So perhaps its not over yet.