30 Dec 2020

IBM to study, develop gun confiscation program

Ottawa, December 30, 2020  Public Safety Canada has announced the awarding of a contract to IBM Canada to develop and study “Compensation Models and Program Design Options for a <Potential> Buyback Program for Recently Prohibited Firearms.” The tender, which was listed October 16, 2020 came with an almost $2,000,000 price

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16 Dec 2020

Are Some Gun Owners Not Covered By The Amnesty?

There’s some confusion in the firearms community around the issue of whether there are some gun owners that are not covered by the amnesty. The answer is yes, for a few, but not the ones being discussed in recent articles. Let’s dive in (best get a coffee first). The History

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07 Dec 2020

UPDATED: Contract Cancelled-Liberal gun confiscation

~Ottawa, December 7, 2020 UPDATE: In a series of e-mails, and a lengthy phone call between the CCFR’s Tracey Wilson and Altis Founder Kathryn Tremblay, it has been revealed that the Project Manager contract for the ‘Buy Back” has been cancelled by Altis.  Original story: In a government response to

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02 Dec 2020

Too Much Truth? Gun Ban Canada Exposed Episode 3

Too Much Truth? Gun Ban Canada Exposed Episode 3 The CCFR and WildTV are premiering Episode 3 of our television show “Gun Ban Canada – Exposed” tonight. The episode will be available on our YouTube Channel tomorrow for free viewing and sharing. This is a special episode because we keep

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01 Dec 2020

Re: S. 74 “Nullification” Decision (Alberta) – NEW DECISION

Re: S. 74 “Nullification” Decision (Alberta) – NEW DECISION   A very good CCFR friend and lawyer Greg Dunn, criminal defence lawyer extraordinaire (Dunn & Associates, Calgary) has taken a great victory in the s. 74 “nullification” battle in the Alberta courts today in R. v Stark. In that decision

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30 Nov 2020

CCFR files Injunction Motion – Gun Ban

Re CCFR v Canada – Injunction Application We promised you the largest and most complete case in favour of Canadian firearm owners that has ever been done, and we meant it. On November 27, 2020 we served on the government our Motion Record in support of our application for an

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23 Nov 2020

National Police Federation opposes Liberal gun ban, call to action

In a Canada-wide press release issued today, the National Police Federation came out in full opposition to the Liberals May 1 gun ban by OIC. The National Police Federation is the sole, certified bargaining agent for the RCMP, representing over 20,000 members nation-wide. The National Police Federation is the largest

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19 Nov 2020

CCFR files objection to biased witness

CCFR v Canada – UPDATE As you may know, longtime RCMP firearms lab and prohibition planner Murray Smith has been proposed by the government to be a key witness in the federal court case the CCFR has filed to stop the May 1 OIC gun ban. In objection to this

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19 Oct 2020

The Science Is In – More Guns Does Not Equal More Crime

Reviewing a 2015 study, it appears what we all believed was true, is indeed fact. The prevalence or rate of ownership of legal guns has no correlation to the rate of crimes, and specifically homicide, as discovered by Professor Gary Kleck PhD – an unlikely advocate of firearms owners. Kleck

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19 Oct 2020

New Doc Study “tainted” evidence

A new study by a group of Canadian doctors, and published in CMAJ, speaks to firearm related injuries, a problem with relatively low numbers. But what’s really interesting in this new study is the blatant lack of transparency combined with their failure to disclose a conflict of interest. CMAJ knows

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