The Canadian Doctors for Protection from Guns and its followers continue to double down. They’ve even shocked us with their behavior…and we’ve seen it all. Rod Giltaca reacts to the lies, the divisive identity politics and the irrational, bad behaviour of the lobby doctors. Watch and share.
There has been an intensified conflict on social media between a small group (6) physicians who are calling for a complete ban on handguns for licensed sport shooters in an attempt to reduce the violence in our streets. This position has been met with considerable opposition, which is understandable as
Call To Action #2: Do they really have the endorsement for their radical political activism from our medical associations? Let’s find out. It is critical to the health of our relationships with our medical practitioners that Canadians are not judged or attacked merely for their legal sporting activities. In their
CCFR CEO & Executive Director Rod Giltaca addresses the brand new lobby doctors group “Canadian Doctors for Protection from Guns” in this update video. This is a must-watch video for those trying to understand the bizarre behaviour of this small group of physicians.
With a small but boisterous group of “anti gun lobby” doctors seeking “protection from guns”, we thought we would consult the experts in these areas. The following testament was provided by Dr. Rida Mirza, child & adolescent psychiatrist from London, ON. Dr. Mirza has done extensive research in the areas
This article is a little late in its production, but it’s likely one of the most impactful and important projects the CCFR has done to date. On a cold winter Sunday afternoon, a group of unlikely teammates made history. The vitriol and mud slinging by folks with opposing views on contentious
Doctors across Canada do important work – vital work. They treat society’s sick, injured and helpless under some of the most stressful and taxing conditions. They should be respected and appreciated … as doctors. What this doesn’t make them, is policy experts on contentious issues outside their area of expertise.
In a bizarre move, Radio Canada (CBC) pulled two parts of a four part series on the national gun debate from their website this week, “The Gun Debate in Canada” by Marc Montgomery. This series was taking a factual, almost technical look at the misinformation and rhetoric surrounding what has