E-petition 2341 is currently the second most signed official e-petition to The House of Commons in Canadian history and has the potential to become the most signed.
The petition calls on the Government of Canada to cease plans to push through massive firearm bans/reclassification via an Order in Council (OIC) and to put any/all proposed changes in legislation to the full house of Commons to ensure that due democratic process is adhered to.
Our “Gun Community” must come together in providing a unified voice against this hostile action against our sport/hobby/livelihood; the most immediate way to do this is through this petition.
Please sign and share this petition.
Sponsored by MP Michelle Rempel. Please sign and share!
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Continue reading “Let it Rain… Canadian Style”
Via Email from the CSSA
Bill C-71 has been introduced and the CSSA was there. We have had a chance to run through many of the provisions of this bill and the bill contains more pitfalls than initial examination makes apparent.
Firstly, this is not a good bill for Canada’s firearms owners. In fact, it stinks. Many of the provisions turn the future of firearms ownership from uphill to downhill. This bill is insidious, enabling traps and entanglements for future users.
The following are some of our observations. They are by no means complete. Items will also be added as the tangles unravel.
Continue reading “SPECIAL REPORT – Bill C-71 Another Liberal Betrayal of Canadians”
1946 SLR (EX-2) .30 Caliber
Experimental rifle built by Canadian Arsenals Limited.
From Milart Photo Archives
Via the CCFR
In text from the transcript of yesterday’s scrutiny of Regulation Committee, MP Bob Zimmer argued to have the definition of “variant” added. The response from the Department of Public Safety was that too clear a regulation could be “problematic”.
Would a clearly defined regulation not be more favorable, leaving less room for interpretation and re-interpretation? Is the intention to keep things unclear?
Read the text below;
THE STANDING JOINT COMMITTEE FOR THE SCRUTINY OF REGULATIONS
OTTAWA, Thursday, November 23, 2017
Continue reading “CLEAR REGULATIONS ARE PROBLEMATIC ~ PUBLIC SAFETY”