What four American idiots did shouldn't dictate the policy of the responsible Canadian airsoft community. Its common sense to keep our AEGs and GBBs out of sight, we don't need to be told that.
This brings a few other things to my mind. Perhaps the looming legal actions and the various downsides of airsoft in Canada have a positive aspect? For one the price drives away most anyone who is not serious about airsoft and actually taking part in a game. All the restrictions add to this. Furthermore, the overall tighter gun controls in Canada makes guns a far scarier thing to the average person and more respected to those who own and/or use firearms and consequently our airsoft. To put it simply, our national attitude towards guns makes us more responsible with their care and storage than Americans.