After a historic leadership race, embattled with Covid restrictions and mail-in voting only, the Conservative Party of Canada has a new leader, anxious to take on the Trudeau Liberals and their gun grabbing agenda.
Erin O'Toole, an RCAF Veteran, lawyer, businessman turned politician becomes the third leader of the CPC. We've been following Erin's journey, and previous leadership races since our inception. A good working relationship, a common sense approach to public safety and a clean, solid record puts O'Toole in a positive position, and the CCFR at the table.
We collaborated with Erin for a virtual, interactive town hall during the leadership race. You can watch it for a full hour of "gun talk" with the new Official Leader of the Opposition, and possibly Canada's next Prime Minister.
During the previous CPC leadership, the CCFR gave Erin an "A" on our candidate report cards
CCFR VP of Public Relations and registered in-house lobbyist Tracey Wilson met with Erin and his team several times during the recent leadership race to talk policy and she provided him with a "wish list", most of which is evidenced in his final platform on firearms and public safety.
The Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights aims to be a strong and reputable, public-facing voice for Canadian firearms owners. We are committed to maintaining our current rights and freedoms while continuing to push as a mobilizing and organizational force for positive legislative change.