See where you stand on gun control with Up in Arms: What Do You Think?

By TVO News - Published on September 2, 2015
People in gun shop. Taken from the documentary Up in Arms
A scene from the documentary Up In Arms, which premieres on TVO at 9:00 p.m. on September 23.



Do you think Canada has the right gun laws in place? And does your opinion match with those of most Canadians? Find out by exploring the Up in Arms: What Do You Think? interactive site. 

This online feature is the companion to the documentary Up in Arms: How the Gun Lobby is Changing Canada. The film had its world broadcast premiere on TVO on September 23.

Visitors to Up in Arms: What Do You Think? will be taken on a self-directed journey across Canada to hear what gun owners, police, lawyers, former gang members and everyday citizens think about the place of guns in this country and the laws that govern them. Site users will also be asked to share their opinions on various gun control and public safety issues, which they can then compare to the laws currently in place in Canada and elsewhere, and to the opinions shared by other visitors to the site. 

This rich interactive experience is funded by TVO and the Bell Fund and is available now. Check it out today.


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