MONTRÉAL, Oct. 15, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - With less than a week to go before Election Day, the group PolyRemembers wishes to inform voters that are concerned about the public safety of the various campaign promises regarding gun control. PolyRemembers (PolySeSouvient in French) represents graduates, survivors and victims' families who have been fighting for better gun control since the 1989 massacre at the École Polytechnique.
"Given the daily reminders from south of the border about the consequences of a lack of gun control — more than one mass shooting per day, or 47 school shootings this year alone — Canadians should be particularly interested in election promises related to the strengthening or weakening of our own gun control laws," says Nathalie Provost, a graduate of the École Polytechnique who survived the 1989 massacre and spokesperson for PolySeSouvient.
To see the complete press release, including details and comments regarding the parties platforms related to gun control, go to:
SOURCE PolyRemembers (polysesouvient.ca)
For further information: Source and information: Heidi Rathjen : 514-816-7818 (text messages preferable to voice messages) or [email protected] ; Nathalie Provost : 514-796-0142