14 Nov 2019

TO Board of Health hijacked by anti-gun lobby

Toronto city hall was awash with concerned victims and community groups yesterday, eager to speak about some possible recommendations by the Board of Health for city council. Going into the debate, most groups were kept in the dark about the real agenda of this meeting – gun control. A late

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10 Nov 2019

The CCFR- Political Activism Machine, Election 2019

The dust has settled and the cards lay where they may. While the election results were not what we were aiming for, we “hit the targets” across the country with our bold, effective political advertising campaigns. Once again the CCFR created unique, modern and impactful ways to get our “pro-gun,

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12 Apr 2019

The Evidence is Clear, Liberal Data = No handgun ban

Minister of Border Security and Organized Crime Bill Blair has been busy, travelling across the country consulting with stakeholders and the public about whether or not a ban on legally owned handguns by RCMP-vetted Canadians would impact the crime and violence we are seeing in the streets. The results are

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22 Nov 2018

Conservative Leader begins releasing plans to combat crime

Amidst the Liberal hyperbole of C-71 and the talks and “examinations” of various types of gun bans, out comes Andrew Scheer with the first two pillars of his plan to combat actual crime and violence. This topic has been captivating the media and Canadians from all sides of this debate.

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16 Aug 2018

Are they coming for your guns?

Guns owners across the country watch in dismay as politicians at every level of government have begun the usual, disgusting practice of using a tragedy and its victims for political posturing. Mayor John Tory from Toronto, who once called out a councillor who suggest a gun ban, has now begun

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28 Jul 2018

Gun owners are not a risk – Insurance industry

There has been a lot of talk lately about the danger of owning guns. We thought we’d take a hard look at the facts since it seems gun owners are always targeted after a criminal commits a violent act. Are sport shooting and hunting a “dangerous” sport? Do gun owners

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06 Feb 2018

Innovative Canadian Firearms Group Expands in 2018

Feb 6, 2018 The Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights (CCFR) is expanding on its previous successes, and in the ongoing support of its projects in 2018 the CCFR has increased its staff in a very exciting way. Notably, in serving our members in 2017 the organization released over $100,000 worth

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15 Nov 2017

Liberals introduce grace period for expired licenses

Ottawa, November 15, 2017 The Liberal government extended the long running amnesty for expired PAL holders earlier this year for one more term, ending December 31, 2017. Learn more about the amnesty and it’s historical extensions here: AMNESTY ENDING That amnesty extension is complete at the end of the calendar year

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08 Sep 2017

CCFR ATIP Vault-Poly Remembers/Public Safety

Not long ago, the CCFR submitted an ATIP request to the Ministry of Public Safety for all correspondence to and from PolySeSouvient (Poly Remembers) and the office of Public Safety. In keeping with our mandate of education and being transparent, we invite you to read the information disclosed in this

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28 May 2017

What does a Scheer win mean for gun owners?

Tories from across Canada descended on the Toronto Congress Centre this weekend to watch a new leader for the Conservative party be born. The CCFR sent both Ontario Director Jamie Elliott and Public Relations VP, Tracey Wilson to take in the action and get live updates to the membership. The

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