11 Mar 2017

Team CCFR gears up for the Toronto Sportsman Show

Directors, Field Officers, volunteers and even a future Olympian will be descending on the GTA this week for the hugely successful Toronto Sportsman Show, March 15-19 at the International Centre in beautiful Toronto, Ontario. The gang is excited to spread the good word of the CCFR mission and has prepared by

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03 Mar 2017

Goodale announces 7 additional members of CFAC – Ottawa

  -Ottawa Minister of Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness, Ralph Goodale announced today the names of seven new members to the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee (CFAC) in a press release. Interestingly, the committee has already had their first meeting in Ottawa to discuss how they will advise the Minister on Canadian

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03 Mar 2017

CCFR “Report Cards”, CPC Leadership Election

  This report card is a high level snapshot representing a consensus position of the CCFR Board of Directors on where each CPC leadership candidate ranks. Keep in mind that – like a real report card – this is a means of ranking and comparing candidates using information compiled over

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01 Mar 2017

Rod Giltaca interviews Maxime Bernier on his firearms platform

    Recently, CPC Leadership Candidate Maxime Bernier and his team reached out to CCFR President Rod Giltaca. The mandate of the CCFR is to engage in firearm discussions when and where they occur. Max and Rod sat down to discuss Bernier’s firearms platform and what it really means for

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01 Mar 2017

Gun owners launch Parliamentary petition for sound moderators.

Matt Magolan from Sound Moderators Canada doesn’t give up. Recently the Calgary native launched a movement to take sound moderators off the prohibited list in Canada. His initiative has grown relentlessly and most recently gained the attention of some Members of Parliament. As a result, with the support of not

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12 Feb 2017

CCFR sits down face to face with the CPC Leadership Candidates

***Watch for this page to be continually updated   At the CCFR we find great value in sitting down face to face with each CPC Leadership Candidate and asking the tough questions on the minds of Canadian gun owners. Only the CCFR has conducted these personal, one on one, in-person

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10 Feb 2017

Liberals appoint top positions in new Advisory Committee

Today was the official announcement of the appointment of the three top seats to the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee (CFAC). The Liberals have left the committee vacant for over a year since dismantling the previous committee, appointed by the Conservatives. The Liberals own platform promises to modify the membership of

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01 Feb 2017

CCFR sponsors Mary Patrick, young female athlete “Shooting for Gold”

Mary Patrick, a young female shooter from Cornwall, Ontario has her sights set on the Olympics, and she’s well on her way. Patrick recently signed on to be a member of 2 National Teams to represent Canada; Canada High performance Junior Team and National Rifle Team. The award winning athlete

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