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Sep-Oct 2017 cover

September – October 2017

The Liberal gun control legislation everyone knew was coming has arrived. The good news is it does not contain any new gun bans, confiscations, regulations or restrictions on firearms licenses, registrations or authorizations. The Liberals have apparently left that agenda to the RCMP firearms program. It does, however, set the stage for a return to universal firearms registration in Canada. Under Bill C-52, the Liberals wish to pass legislation paving the way to deliver the old long gun registry (LGR) data to Quebec.

Jul-Aug 2017 cover

July – August 2017

As I write this, there are several activities in play that will have an effect upon our firearms rights in Canada. First, the CPC will have selected a new leader by the time you read this. And we will, of course, stand ready to advise and assist whoever that person is in working towards positive change in Canada’s firearms laws. The new CPC leader will face many challenges and it is important he or she understands what needs to be done in terms…

May-Jun 2017 cover

May – Jun 2017

Building An Outdoor Range.
Urban sprawl and gun ranges seldom mix. And that’s been the case in Saskatoon, Sack, as well. Noise is the biggest concern, followed closely by perceived human safety and environmental contamination. “A gun range? Not in my back yard!” Since 1931, the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation (SWF) has used the same facility on the city’s northeast edge, operating indoor and outdoor shooting ranges in piece. But after more than 80 years, change came knocking. Saskatoon was booming, and city planners…

Mar-Apr 2017 cover

March – April 2017

Women Have The Right To Choose To Defend Themselves.
The rise of the second-wave feminist movement of the 1960s and 1970s brought about a revolution, of sorts, as to how western women would be liberated from the oppression of the traditional male patriarchy. Issues included equal pay for equal work and a woman’s right to choose what she can do with her own body. Paradoxically, in a strange twist or irony, many of these same feminist activists have been…


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