19 May 2017

Public Safety defers UN markings on firearms

The proposed UN marking scheme had the firearms community wondering what affect this program would have on public safety. With a suggested price tag of up to $200 per firearm attached to it, the fact guns in Canada are already fully traceable through their unique serial number caused the community

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18 May 2017

CFAC members should have basic topic knowledge-Rempel petition

Ottawa, May 18 2017 MP Michelle Rempel sponsored a parliamentary e-petition yesterday, asking the Minister of Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness to have sitting members of the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee (CFAC) to take the Canadian Firearm Safety Course (CFSC). e1093.ca The petition, initiated by Tracey Wilson of the CCFR,

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24 Apr 2017

Andrew Scheer talks firearms with Rod Giltaca

Recently, CPC Leadership Candidate Andrew Scheer and his team reached out to CCFR President Rod Giltaca. The mandate of the CCFR is to engage in firearm discussions when and where they occur. Andrew and Rod sat down to discuss Scheer’s firearms platform and what it really means for Canadian gun owners. While the

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17 Apr 2017

Growth and change at the CCFR

-Ottawa, April 17, 2017 The CCFR is growing! As we approach our second AGM, we continue to see an ever-increasing interest in our unique approach to education based advocacy.  From our beginnings a short while ago, our volunteer-driven group has expanded by leaps and bounds – involving thousands of members

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11 Apr 2017

CCFR sits down with MP Bob Zimmer, C-346

~Ottawa, April 11, 2017 The CCFR is committed to understanding the impact of new legislation on Canadian gun owners and supporting our Members of Parliament who address issues that affect our community. In keeping with this, Tracey Wilson sat down today with Bob Zimmer, MP for Prince George-Peace River at

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07 Apr 2017

MP Bob Zimmer introduces Bill C-346, an Act to Amend the Firearms Act (licenses)

Ottawa, April 6, 2017 MP Bob Zimmer, a long time friend and supporter of law abiding firearms owners, introduced today into the House of Commons, his Private Members bill C-346, an Act to Amend the Firearms Act. In essence the bill would extend licenses to 10 years from the current

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06 Apr 2017

True Story of Gun Laws Keeping Us Safe

The CCFR is pleased to present another issue in our Explainer Video Series. Do gun laws make us safer? Watch and decide for yourself. You can read the supporting documentation for this explainer video here: Support Materials – True Story of Gun Laws Keeping Us Safe[63361] Visit Gun Debate for more

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03 Mar 2017

CCFR “Report Cards”, CPC Leadership Election

  This report card is a high level snapshot representing a consensus position of the CCFR Board of Directors on where each CPC leadership candidate ranks. Keep in mind that – like a real report card – this is a means of ranking and comparing candidates using information compiled over

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01 Mar 2017

Rod Giltaca interviews Maxime Bernier on his firearms platform

    Recently, CPC Leadership Candidate Maxime Bernier and his team reached out to CCFR President Rod Giltaca. The mandate of the CCFR is to engage in firearm discussions when and where they occur. Max and Rod sat down to discuss Bernier’s firearms platform and what it really means for

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01 Mar 2017

Gun owners launch Parliamentary petition for sound moderators.

Matt Magolan from Sound Moderators Canada doesn’t give up. Recently the Calgary native launched a movement to take sound moderators off the prohibited list in Canada. His initiative has grown relentlessly and most recently gained the attention of some Members of Parliament. As a result, with the support of not

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