12 Dec 2016

SoundModerators.ca launches online petition

Our friends at SoundModerators.ca have launched an online petition to show interested MP’s that there is a valid interest by Canadians. The Government of Canada’s Parliamentary E-petition site requires a sitting MP to sponsor any e-petitions. Many MP’s have not heard enough interest by Canadians to take the steps to

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08 Dec 2016

Sound Moderators – Lifting the Criminal Prohibition

Sound Moderators – Lifting the Criminal Prohibition     In September 2016, a CCFR member contacted Conservative MPs to sponsor a petition to the Government from firearms owners to legalise the use of Sound Moderators by hunters and sport shooters in Canada. On November 10th 2016, Conservative MPs declined to sponsor

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08 Dec 2016

CCFR to sponsor “Summer Slam XI”, premiere IPSC event in NB

**Summer Slam XI** The CCFR is proud to once again sponsor “Summer Slam”, a premiere level 3 IPSC match in beautiful Balmoral, New Brunswick. Competitors from across the country will descend on Restigouche Gun Club, a sprawling 12 acre facility with some of the most creative and challenging stages you’ll

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07 Dec 2016

CCFR highlights women in our sport with fundraising initiative

With women quickly becoming the fastest growing sector of the shooting sports, the CCFR has launched an exciting new fund raising initiative to support women’s programming and education. The “CCFR 2017 Gunnie Girl Calendar” is a creative, fun way to highlight some of the classy, Canadian women who are trail

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18 Nov 2016

Bill S-223 dies a deserved death in the senate

Canadian firearms owners everywhere breathed a sigh of relief as retired Senator Celine Hervieux-Payette’s Bill S-223 died the quiet death it deserved in the senate. Hervieux-Payette tabled this bill for the second time, just as she was slated for mandatory retirement, possibly as some desperate effort to leave behind a

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25 Oct 2016

Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights highlights Canadian women in the shooting sports in upcoming fundraiser

Women are the fastest growing sector of the firearms community, which has long been dominated by men. Following our mandate of advocacy through education, the CCFR will be launching a very creative new product to fundraise for the development of the women’s programs. A “CCFR Gunnie Girl Calendar” will be

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19 Oct 2016

The CCFR proudly sponsors the Kings County 4-H Shooting Sports Program

In association with the Annapolis Valley Shooting Sports Club and the King’s County 4H, the CCFR is proud to sponsor the “King’s County 4-H Shooting Sports Program”. 12 youths between the ages of 10-18 will participate in an educational program featuring; firearm safety, range rules and operations, hands-on introduction to

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03 Oct 2016

CCFR President Rod Giltaca on CTV

CCFR President Rod Giltaca took some time to speak with CTV’s Jennifer Burke about the rise in restricted firearm ownership and what that means for our community. Jennifer asked “Should we be worried about all the restricted firearms being purchased in the last few years…?” Listen now and find out

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