The CCFR was honored to hold standing as a participant in the Mass Casualty Commission, the public inquiry into the NS tragedy. There's been a lot of work, a lot of frustration and a lot of information to go through, but in the end, Rod was tasked with answering the Commissioner's questions regarding access to firearms and regulatory impact. How did the perpetrator get his guns, and is there any existing or possible future legislation that would have stopped him.
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.