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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03 Mar 2017

Goodale announces 7 additional members of CFAC – Ottawa

  -Ottawa Minister of Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness, Ralph Goodale announced today the names of seven new members to the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee (CFAC) in a press release. Interestingly, the committee has already had their first meeting in Ottawa to discuss how they will advise the Minister on Canadian

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01 Feb 2017

CCFR sponsors Mary Patrick, young female athlete “Shooting for Gold”

Mary Patrick, a young female shooter from Cornwall, Ontario has her sights set on the Olympics, and she’s well on her way. Patrick recently signed on to be a member of 2 National Teams to represent Canada; Canada High performance Junior Team and National Rifle Team. The award winning athlete

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18 Jan 2017

CCFR descends on beautiful Calgary, Alberta for 2017 AGM

The Board of Directors of the Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights are honoured to invite its members to the beautiful city of Calgary, Alberta to attend the 2017 Annual General Meeting of Members on June 23, 2017. The Sheraton Cavalier Calgary is the official hotel of the 2017 CCFR AGM. Members

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20 Dec 2016

CCFR’s Rod Giltaca & Tracey Wilson participate in Vice Media gun documentary

Last summer, while in Ottawa for the CCFR AGM, President Rod Giltaca was joined by Tracey Wilson, Chair of the Board to participate in a documentary piece by Vice Media’s Nick Wilson. The premise of the piece was to follow one of the journalists, Manisha Krishnan’s journey into becoming a firearm

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08 Dec 2016

CCFR to sponsor “Summer Slam XI”, premiere IPSC event in NB

**Summer Slam XI** The CCFR is proud to once again sponsor “Summer Slam”, a premiere level 3 IPSC match in beautiful Balmoral, New Brunswick. Competitors from across the country will descend on Restigouche Gun Club, a sprawling 12 acre facility with some of the most creative and challenging stages you’ll

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27 Jul 2016

THE CCFR BRINGS RATIONAL DIALOGUE TO THE FIREARMS ISSUE.

Recently, CCFR President Rod Giltaca sat down with CJME Radio in Regina, Saskatchewan to have a sophisticated, rational dialogue about the pressing issues facing Canadian firearms owners after the tragedy in Orlando. Listen to how the CCFR is bringing something completely different to the table and the media is taking

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28 Jun 2016

The CCFR AGM, technology based success.

Ottawa, ON, June 24, 2016 The CCFR Board of Directors and Officers descended on Ottawa from across the country. A flurry of events and public outreach was tied into the business meeting and dinner and social. For the first time in history, a firearm rights advocacy group made use of

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