Minister Goodale has served a long career in politics, and with recent file hand-off’s Canadians are left wondering if that career should sail off into the sunset. Earlier last year the federal government introduced a brand new Ministry and bureaucratic position for ex-cop turned MP Bill Blair – Minister of
Canadian gun owners have been scrambling to have their voices heard during the national examination of a handgun ban process currently being conducted by Minister of Border Security & Organized Crime Bill Blair. After all, this measure literally directly targets them, and leaves criminals to their own devices. We’ve seen
~Potton Township, Quebec The Potton city council took a hard stand for Quebec hunters and gun owners at a recent public meeting held at the town hall of this border municipality. In fact, they passed a motion, unanimously, to adopt a resolution to demand the Quebec government reverse its decision
The gun debate rages on across the country, with anti gun lobby groups PolySeSouvient and the Coalition for Gun Control spending freely to try and convince voters that Canadians support a ban on legal handguns and that gun owners are responsible for crime. While an enormous amount of resources and
The CCFR has been following the saga of a Canadian citizen who is in a battle for information with the RCMP. That battle is heading to federal court, on advice from the OIC (Office of the Information Commissioner) after Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness Minister Ralph Goodale refused to comply
The war on gun owners has been heating up over the past year, with the tragic Danforth shooting sparking a nationwide debate, one that is rife with lies, data manipulation and increased violence. Rewind back to that horrific day in Toronto. A beautiful, warm July 22 evening in Greektown. People
CCFR Quebec Director Etienne Tremblay writes to the Premier of Quebec regarding the impending implementation of a provincial registry; To the honorable François Legault, Quebec Premier, I would like to congratulate you on forming your government. The majority of firearms owners in Quebec placed their hopes in your election.
With the constant stream of attacks on legal gun owners, you can’t help but hear the grumblings on forums and social media pages across the country … everyone wants to know “what are you doing”. Since the proverbial hammer dropped on the heads of sport shooters and hunters 8 months