Canada Blames U.S. for Gun Violence I read this story on CNN and it's been picked up by some international papers as well...I honestly don't know what to think about this, since I know so little about Canadian gun ownership and even less about whether American attitudes differ from our northern cousins. I wasn't able to find very solid figures on gun ownership in Canada...lots of varying opinion on the license law, but not much else that supports this opinion. All of the stuff I read (both pro- and anti-gun) seems to suggest that there's a number of Canadian gun owners that have not complied with the new legislation. So I'd like to put it to our Canadian friends here: 1. Could an increase in gun violence be the result of unlicensed gun traffic from the U.S? 2. Is this attitude increasingly common in Canada? 3. Or has someone just watched Bowling for Columbine one too many times? Thoughts?