17 Jul 2019

Provost temper tantrum shows her true colours – CFAC

The radical behaviour of the anti gun lobby in Canada shone through this week in a glaringly, motive-obvious move by CFAC Vice-Chair Nathalie Provost as she jumped ship from Goodale’s pet committee for the firearms file. Her appointment to this committee has long been a thorn in my side, as

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17 Jul 2019

CFAC in chaos as members drop from Goodale’s pet committee

Like many other Liberal projects, the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee is crumbling before our eyes as key players leave the committee, speaking out about it’s ineffectiveness. Earlier this year, CFAC chair Jack Major, a retired Supreme Court Judge, stepped back from the committee after voicing his concerns to Goodale’s office

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08 Jul 2019

The perils of C-71, the anti-safety gun bill

Among some of the most ludicrous measures in Bill C-71 is the removal of automatic Authorizations to Transport to a gunsmith. You know? For public safety. Rod Giltaca, CEO and Executive Director of the Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights has given numerous practical examples of how many of the measures

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02 Jul 2019

Lobby Doctor’s dishonest, desperate attempt to remain relevant

Over the Canada Day long weekend, notorious anti-gun lobby doctor Najma Ahmed penned yet another opinion piece (and got it published), blaming legal gun owners for crimes committed by criminals, and injected herself into the debate once more. Within the narcissistic article she totes herself as “prominent” and once again

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02 Jul 2019

Wolverine Days 2019 – a success by any measure

The small town of Virden, Manitoba saw an influx of people the weekend of June 22-23. The population of Virden barely breaches 3000 people, yet in this tiny, beautiful Manitoba gem of a town, over 2500 people attended the 9th annual session of “Wolverine Days”, a community-minded, live fire, charity

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18 Jun 2019

Minister Blair – Coward or Con Man?

Today in a statement to the press, Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Bill Blair said he would leave the decision to ban handguns to the provinces and municipalities and would forge ahead with a ban on legally acquired modern sporting rifles … the ones he calls “assault-style” –

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05 Jun 2019

An Open Letter to the NFA – June 5, 2019

The National Firearms Association sent a letter containing the following verbiage, to the CCFR on April 2, 2019. The NFA claims that the CCFR’s logo is a damaging infringement upon their “No Compromise” logo. The NFA’s letter demanded the following:     1. That you immediately cease and desist from offering

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05 Jun 2019

2019 CCFR AGM – a complete success!

Another AGM goes down in the books for the CCFR, on a year that saw incredible growth, firsts for the firearms community and an unprecedented attack on gun owners. 2018 was indeed a year of action. C-71 captivated gun owners of every type and resulted in historic levels of opposition

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28 May 2019

C-71 passes in spite of it all.

Over a year of debate, questions, answers, non answers, witnesses, letters, e-mails, calls, speakers culminated in a single whipped vote today as C-71 passed in the Senate Chambers. The Standing Committee on National Security & Defence that studied this bill heard from 81 expert witnesses and debated for over 30

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21 May 2019

Gun bans, OIC’s and what YOU can do. A Call to Action!!

Well, it’s painfully clear the Liberals have completely given up on doing anything credible or effective to combat crime. Here we are, in the eleventh hour with a government deep in scandals and controversy, desperate to change the channel on their plummeting ratings, weeks before the writ will drop on

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