~ Ottawa, July 18, 2018 Trudeau’s last cabinet shuffle of the current sitting government was done today at Rideau Hall in Ottawa to a packed house. In a move that is rather significant, Trudeau created 5 new cabinet positions including the “Minister of Border Security & Organized Crime Reduction”, which
In a letter addressed to Minister Goodale, Conservative MP’s Michelle Rempel, Larry Miller, Bob Zimmer, Blaine Calkins, SECU Member Glen Motz, Public Safety critic Pierre Paul-Hus, CFAC Chair John Major, CFAC Vice Chair Lynda Kiejko, ethics critic Peter Kent and the Ethics Commissioner, the CCFR’s Tracey Wilson requested 3 immediate
~ Ottawa, July 16, 2018 In a recent decision by Federal Lobbying Commissioner Nancy Belanger, PolyRemembers advocate Nathalie Provost was cleared of a complaint filed by CCFR VP of Public Relations Tracey Wilson. Read about it The story doesn’t end there however, Wilson maintains her stance on the topic. “The
The CCFR was proud to be a title sponsor of the 8th Annual Canadian Firearms Network Podcaster’s Charity Shoot, an event we have supported every year since our inception. This years host was Restigouche Gun Club in beautiful Balmoral, New Brunswick, a sprawling 12 acre shooting range in a picturesque
A group of caring, community-minded citizens in Alberta gathered under a canopy of sunny blue skies to pull together and help a local children’s hospital with much needed funding. Sounds pretty standard, right? Well, this wasn’t just any charity event … The “Battle of Alberta”, a charity 3-gun championship event
The scorching heat wave ravaging Ottawa isn’t the only thing heating up. The great Canadian gun debate continues to draw attention and criticism of the Minister’s lack of action to combat gang violence – a serious growing threat, while he continues to wage war against duck hunters and sport shooters.
Heidi and I agree on something, finally! “Bill C-71 is devoid of any bold measures to combat the upward trends of gun-related crime, homicides and suicides” (from her June 18/2018 opinion piece in the Hill Times). READ IT That is where any type of agreement ends however. The disdain for legal
As C-71 continues its path through the House of Commons and on to the Senate, Canadians across the nation can’t help but notice the bias and bizarre behaviour of those charged with crafting and pushing this legislation. The roots of this bill run deep with the anti-gun lobby group Poly Remembers.