27 Sep 2017

CCFR Explainer Video Series

The CCFR launched it’s exclusive Explainer Video Series over the last year. These are highly shareable, short 2-minute videos with animation and narration that simply and efficiently explain issues facing the Canadian firearm owning community. These are the tools gun owners need in their tool box to debate effectively on

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21 Sep 2017

Opinion-Quebec’s Long Gun Registry

The CCFR is pleased to share a member’s opinion piece, submitted to the CCFR by Bob Bush from Quebec. If you have a submission you would like considered please forward to info@firearmrights.ca QUÉBEC’S LONG GUN REGISTRY: THE GOVERMENT RELEASES A FIRST DRAFT                                                   “At this point in time, this issue has

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14 Sep 2017

Quebec LGR – Province Releases Draft

The Quebec government, Minister of Public Security, has released a draft form of the new provincial long gun registry regulations. You can download and read it here: QuebecLGR Quebecers will be required to provide detailed information about the firearm, themselves as well as location firearms will be kept. This is

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11 Sep 2017

Victory Bonds $10k gun giveaway winner!!

A while back we did the draw for the winner of the grand prize in the Victory Bonds Contest. The winner received a $10k shopping spree at International Shooting Supplies where they could spend their winnings on guns and gear. Watch the video to see Rod announce the winner!! Stay

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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 Aug 2017

CCFR Celebrates Hunt/Fish/Trap Heritage Day

Hunting, Fishing and Trapping are an integral part of Canada’s history and heritage. Bill C-501, An Act respecting a National hunting, fishing and trapping day was entered into law in 2015 via MP Rick Norlock’s private members bill. The 3rd Saturday of September is a National Heritage day, paying respect

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11 Aug 2017

CFAC Nothing More than a Political Construct?

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has filled 10 of the 15 available seats on the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee. Gun owners across the country are anxious to find out if they will have any representation at all. So far, the panel falls so short of the middle ground that it

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10 Aug 2017

CCFR ATIP- CFAC Meeting Documents

Earlier this year, gun owners across the country watched in disappointment as Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale appointed members to his very one-sided Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee (CFAC). The Liberals had dismantled the original CFAC Team appointed by the Tories, claiming they had created a biased pro-gun committee. Canadian gun

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