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NFA WINS AGAIN AT SUPREME COURT OF CANADA

Speaking from Prince George, BC, NFA President Sheldon Clare expressed the association’s pleasure at today’s decision of the SCC which struck down mandatory minimum sentencing in Regina v. Nur. “This is a great day and a very good decision for all Canadians,” Clare stated. “Once again judges will be able to use their discretion when […] Read more

SUPREME COURT OF CANADA DENIES QUEBEC’S DEMAND FOR THE LONG GUN REGISTRY RECORDS

Today, the Supreme Court of Canada rendered a landmark decision in the “Long Gun Registry” matter.  The Court affirmed the earlier decision of the Quebec Court of Appeal, dismissing Quebec’s demand to obtain the records of the now defunct long gun registry.  The nine judges of the Supreme Court split five against four in favour […] Read more

Sarah Beaudry Joins Team NFA

Canada’s National Firearms Association is pleased to welcome Sarah Beaudry, currently training in Canmore, Alberta with the national biathlon team to Team NFA. Speaking from Prince George, NFA President Sheldon Clare stated, “Sarah is an experienced biathlete who exemplifies the spirit of excellence that the NFA strives for in in its support of shooting athletes. […] Read more

Sarah Beaudry Joins Team NFA

CANADA’S NATIONAL FIREARMS ASSOCIATION MEDIA RELEASE Sarah Beaudry Joins Team NFA Canada’s National Firearms Association is pleased to welcome Sarah Beaudry, currently training in Canmore, Alberta with the national biathlon team to Team NFA.  Speaking from Prince George, NFA President Sheldon Clare stated, “Sarah is an experienced biathlete who exemplifies the spirit of excellence that […] Read more

Public believes Police Actions at High River Unnecessary

The NFA conducted a telephone survey of High River, Alberta residents on March 5 to ask the following question: The RCMP Complaints Commission’s report on the 2013 Alberta floods in High River, said the         Town of High River Emergency Operations Centre ordered the RCMP to enter all homes in High        River, using whatever […] Read more

Public believes Police Actions at High River Unnecessary

The NFA conducted a telephone survey of High River, Alberta residents on March 5 to ask the following question: The RCMP Complaints Commission’s report on the 2013 Alberta floods in High River, said the Town of High River Emergency Operations Centre ordered the RCMP to enter all homes in High River, using whatever force necessary. […] Read more

Public Believes Police Actions At High River Unnecessary

The NFA conducted a telephone survey of High River, Alberta residents on March 5 to ask the following question: The RCMP Complaints Commission’s report on the 2013 Alberta floods in High River, said the         Town of High River Emergency Operations Centre ordered the RCMP to enter all homes in High        River, using whatever […] Read more

HIGH RIVER REPORT MISSING KEY ELEMENTS

“The long-awaited report on the actions of the RCMP at High River has finally been released, and while it is critical of police actions in kicking in doors, Canadians are still uninformed as to who gave the orders to kick in doors and enter homes and why these searches that were targeted to firearms owners […] Read more

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