Canon powershotIn addition to universal healthcare, Canada can now add swapping guns for cameras to its list of progressive policies.

The program to reduce gun violence by promoting photography is called ‘Pixels for Pistols’ and it aims to take guns off the streets by issuing a free Panasonic Lumix DMC-FH8 point-and-shoot camera to anyone who turns in a working firearm to the Winnipeg Police Service.

The program started on November 1 is already a success.

(READ the story in WIRED)

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