The CCFR sent two delegates to the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security yesterday to voice our opposition of bill C-71. C.E.O. & Executive Director Rod Giltaca and V.P. of Public Relations & registered lobbyist Tracey Wilson appeared before committee as witnesses to provide testimony on the analysis and
The CCFR has big news to announce. Since Bill C-71 was introduced in the House of Commons, the CCFR has been tirelessly advocating against this draconian legislation on behalf of law abiding gun owners. The outpouring of support we have seen over the last few weeks from our members –
With just days to go before SECU, The Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security, begins the committee stage of the bill, many experts in the field of firearms legislation have weighed in on C-71. The results are in … C-71 is a complete failure, both in improving public safety
The CCFR is honoured to invite its members to the 3rd Annual General Meeting The Board of Directors, staff and volunteers are pleased to welcome our members to the 2018 CCFR Annual General Meeting of the Members in beautiful Gatineau, Quebec on Saturday June 9, 2018. Gatineau, officially Ville de
In an interview given by the Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale to the CBC and published March 20, 2018, the Minister said this about the new, detailed transaction records required to be maintained by retail vendors of firearms regarding their sales: “… it’s simply not a federal long gun
Bill C-71 was introduced to Parliament on March 20, 2018, sponsored by the Minister of Public Safety (Ralph Goodale). The Bill includes the following proposed replacement for section 23 of the Firearms Act: Authorization to transfer non-restricted firearms 23 (1) A person may transfer a non-restricted firearm if, at the time
The Liberal government sent out a desperate mass fundraising e-mail to Canadians this weekend, stating that The Tories are “taking orders from Canada’s NRA”. With the introduction of Bill C-71 on the heels of a Summit on Gun & Gang Violence, gun owners across the country have reacted in a massive
C-71 An Act to Amend Certain Acts and Regulations in relation to Firearms. Read the bill here Summary: The Minister of Public Safety admits that there is rising gang-related violence in Canada and that new legislation is needed. Bill C-71 does not mention the words “gang” or “organized crime” even once.