Knife attacks cause more serious injuries than gun attacks.

Statistics Canada holds a wealth of information that they don’t publish.

A Special Request to Statistics Canada a few years back discovered that firearms-wielding thugs are less likely to physically injure their victims than are thugs armed with other weapons.

The statistics showed that assaults involving firearms resulted in victims receiving a serious injury the least often: only 6 percent of firearm assaults resulted in a serious injury compared to 11 percent and 14 percent of assaults involving knives or clubs respectively.

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