Canada bans assault-style weapons after Nova Scotia massacre

Q: Canada is banning the sale of military-grade assault weapons in the aftermath of the country's deadliest mass shooting which killed 22 people in Nova Scotia. Where is the Atlantic island province of Nova Scotia on this map of Canada?

Circle the area on this map

Q: Saying families and friends of gun violence victims "deserve more than thoughts and prayers," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the ban in Canada’s national capital . . .

A. Edmonton

B. Montreal

C. Ottawa

D. Toronto

Q: Last week, masked protesters carried assault-style rifles into the Capitol Building of which state on Canada’s border?

A. Maine

B. Michigan

C. Minnesota

D. Montana

Q: Trudeau said there was no place in Canada for weapons designed “to kill the largest number of people in the shortest amount of time.” In 2017, a lone gunman used legally owned and modified assault rifles to fire than more 1,000 rounds of ammunition in 10 minutes, killing 58 people and wounding 413 in which state?

A. Connecticut

B. Florida

C. Nevada

D. Virginia

Q: While hundreds of U.S. mass shootings have brought little or no change in our federal gun laws, which nation banned military-style assault weapons less than a month after a white supremacist killed 51 Muslim worshipers in 2019?

A. Australia

B. France

C. Germany

D. New Zealand

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