~Ottawa, July 25, 2020 MP Bob Zimmer recently sent the following letter to Minister Blair after restricted firearms owners across the country received letters from the RCMP. It appears proper protocols for issuing revocations to registration certificates was not followed … so what are these letters and what do they
Re: CCFR v Canada Update [July 25, 2020] Your legal team is hard at work preparing the materials for CCFR v Canada, including vast volumes of the evidence required for our both our main case and the injunction application we are lining up. Because we promised to share what we
A video message from Rod: On May 2nd, the CCFR made a statement regarding a variety actions we were prepared to take to oppose the Liberal Gun Ban. Part of that statement was a commitment to coordinate mass filings of Sec.74 challenges should the RCMP revoke registrations for AR15s and
The CCFR has been working non-stop, day and night since the Liberal government dropped a sweeping gun ban on legal Canadian gun owners on May 1. Here’s what we’ve done in the first 60 days after the ban: The CCFR launched the largest legal action on behalf of gun owners
The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms has announced their official intention to intervene in the CCFR’s court challenge against the OIC gun ban. The JCCF is a public interest, non-partisan law firm and registered charity that provides pro bono legal representation to protect the rights and freedoms of all Canadians.
A mini update from CCFR General Counsel Michael Loberg; Re: CCFR et al v Canada et al We promised we would share the Coalition for Gun Control’s intervenor application as soon as we were able, and now we are able… so here it is. Fair warning, it’s likely to aggravate
~Ottawa, June 26, 2020 The Coalition for Gun Control, a radical anti-gun lobby group has served the CCFR notice that they intend to apply for intervenor status in our court case against the Liberal’s OIC gun ban. The CGC’s president Wendy Cukier has been quoted saying some of the most
Today the CCFR invited the Attorneys General of every province and territory to join our action to argue the CCFR’s case arguing against “…the constitutional validity, applicability or operability of an Act of Parliament … or of regulations made under such an Act…” (Federal Court Act s. 57). Have a