MEDIA RELEASES

The NFA will fight efforts by the Quebec CFO to disarm non criminal motorcycle enthusiasts

October 4, 2018 NFA President Sheldon Clare advises: The NFA has learned that the new Quebec Chief Firearms Officer (CFO) has initiated a flurry of Firearm Licence revocations targ [...] Read More

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We are expecting to be blocked from appearing at the Commons committee hearing on bill C71, as our strong opposition to it is well known. Regardless, we will provide a written subm [...] Read More

The NFA to mount campaign against Liberal bill C-71

March 20, 2018 The National Firearms Association, Canada’s largest and most effective firearms rights organization, says it will fight the Liberals bill C-71 that would bring in [...] Read More

NFA appeals court decision on Quebec firearms registry

MONTREAL – Canada’s National Firearms Association is appealing the recent decision of the Quebec Superior Court, which validated the Quebec legislation purporting to create [...] Read More

Quebec releases draft firearms regulations while awaiting court ruling on NFA challenge

September 15, 2017 EDMONTON – While awaiting the court’s decision on whether the Quebec’s government legislation purporting a provincial firearms registry is constitution [...] Read More

Liberals move to bring back long-gun registry

June 9, 2017 OTTAWA – Today the federal Liberal government tabled Bill C-52 in the House of Commons that brings back the supposed-scrapped long-gun registry, but at the provi [...] Read More

Canada’s National Firearms Association announces that elections will be held for the Board of Directors

Canada’s National Firearms Association announces that elections will be held for the Board of Directors. Interested parties should submit a nomination form and a short (200 words [...] Read More

NFA Achieves ECOSOC Special Consultative Status with the UN

NFA President Sheldon Clare, speaking from Williams Lake, BC announced that “The NFA has achieved Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) special consultative status at the UN.”  [...] Read More