Protesters gather around a baby Trump balloon to voice their rally against gun violence and a visit from U.S. President Donald Trump following a mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 7, 2019.
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Whether it was the Las Vegas shooting at a music festival that left 58 dead in 2017, the numerous school shootings, or the latest two on the weekend in Texas and Ohio that left 31 dead, some Canadians may feel uneasy about booking a trip south of the border. So far this year in the U.S., there have been more than 240 mass shootings (incidents involving multiple victims of firearm-related violence.) Now, Amnesty International is calling it a human rights crisis and has issued a travel warning.Read the story here.What do you think? Does this warning affect your travel plans to the U.S.? Are you nervous about travelling to the country because of the gun violence? Or perhaps you are not worried at all. Take our poll and leave your comments below.Take Our Poll