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Saskatoon Police Service
"In Partnership With The Community"

Dave Scott
Chief of Police

(pursuant to Section 106(5) of the Criminal Code of Canada)

To: HUDSON, Edward Burke
      D.O.B.: 1945, April 29
      402 Skeena Ct.
      Saskatoon, SK.
      S7K 4H2

Reference is made to your application dated March 18, 1995, for a Firearms Acquisition Certificate.

This is notice to you, pursuant to Sec. 106(5) of the Criminal Code, that, in my opinion, it is not desirable in the interests of the safety of yourself and/or any other person that you acquire a firearm, on the grounds that you failed to complete an Application for a Firearms Acquisition Certificate.

This is notice also that, unless within 30 days from the day on which this notice is received by you, or within such further time as is, before or after the expiration of that period, allowed by a provincial court judge, you request in writing to me that I refer my opinion to a provincial court judge for confirmation or variation thereof, your application for a Firearms Acquisition Certificate will Be refused.

Attached is a copy of an extract of section 106 and subsections 100(5) to (13) of the Criminal Code.

Dated: July 8, 1997

(Signed by Marvin D. Hanson)

Marvin D. Hanson, A/Staff Sergeant
Saskatoon Police Service
P.O. Box 1728
130-4th Ave. No.
Saskatoon, SK.
S7K 3R6

Copies to: applicant, firearms officers file, C.P.I.C file, magistrate (if necessary).

Service by double registered mail.

130-4th Avenue North Box 1728, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 3R6
Tel: (306) 975-8300 Fax: (306) 975 8319