A new law in Canada will restrict the market for handguns.

 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has proposed legislation that would prohibit the import, purchase, or sale of firearms on a nationwide scale.
“We are capping the number of handguns in this country,” Trudeau said.
The restrictions to limit the growth of privately owned firearms are anticipated to be approved this autumn.
“It will be illegal to buy, sell, transfer or import handguns anywhere in Canada,” the Prime Minister said.

“We recognize that the vast majority of gun owners use them safely and in accordance with the law, but other than using firearms for sport shooting and hunting, there is no reason anyone in Canada should need guns in their everyday lives.” he said.
Canada has already announced intentions to ban 1,500 types of military-style rifles and implement a forced buyback scheme beginning at the end of the year. Trudeau stated that if a someone truly wishes to keep their assault weapon, it will be rendered utterly unusable.