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Category Archives: Solomon in the media
I appeared on Brian Lilley’s program to discuss the end of the PAL fee waiver and new discussions about “assault weapon” bans.
In a recent Global News piece entitled “Will U.S. gun control debate take its cues from Canada?“, Aldis Brennan reviewed the state of the gun control debate in the United States and the effect of recent legislative changes in Canada. … Continue reading
Solomon Friedman quoted in National Post story regarding UN Arms Trade Treaty Continue reading
This is my most recent column in my firm’s “Right to Know” series about the criminal justice system. In Ontario, different courts play different roles SOLOMON FRIEDMAN, OTTAWA CITIZEN February 8, 2013, 2012 The courtroom is the natural home of … Continue reading
Solomon Friedman discusses the acquittal of Ian Thomson, charged after using his firearms to defend his home from home-invading arsonists. Continue reading
Solomon Friedman joins Barry Morgan on CJAD Radio (Montreal) to discuss gun control and firearms laws in Canada. Continue reading
Ottawa defence lawyer Solomon Friedman speaks to Byline’s Brian Lilley about Justin Trudeau’s recent gun registry flip flop, as well as Bob Costas’ Sunday Night Football gun control rant.
On Right Now, Solomon Friedman weighed in live on a provision in the Firearms Act that allowed the police to confiscate an Ontario man’s legally owned guns.
I explain to Brian Lilley why an 89-year-old Ontario man has had his legal guns seized, and more importantly, what can be done to fix the Firearms Act.
Amid recent news that Shaw Media is cancelling all hunting-related programs presently being aired on Global and other channels, I dropped by Byline for a brief comment.