The reason for last week’s chilly reception to Justin Trudeau in India has been made clearer as Trudeau levelled an accusation that the Indian government was involved in the June killing of Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey, B.C. India has rejected the accusation outright, and Canada and India have each expelled one of the other’s senior diplomats. True North’s Andrew Lawton discusses with columnist and podcaster Rupa Subramanya.
Also, the federal government’s amnesty period for the guns it banned in May 2020 is set to expire next month, and there is still no “buyback” in place for gun owners to unload their soon-to-be-illegal firearms. Rod Giltaca of the Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights joins to weigh in.