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NFA Office of Director 2017 – Results

The NFA is pleased to announce that the 2017 fall election for directors is now completed. We would like to congratulate the new board of directors who shall take office immediately. Welcome to the NFA team who were elected by acclamation: Alberta – NWT and International Dwayne Gorniak serving a 2 year term Jerrold Lundgard […] Read more

RUGER 10/22 – September winner

Congratulations to Dainis Sultmanis from Ontario on winning the September 2017 membership draw for a Ruger 10/22 rifle. Sheldon Clare President and CEO NFA Previous Winner Nov. 2016 – Anonymous member from Atlantic Dec. 2016 – Ryan Lafleur from Ontario Jan. 2017 – Kevin Pack from Alberta Feb. 2017 – Kenneth Cox from Ontario Mar. 2017 – Brock […] 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 constitutionally valid, the province has gone ahead and released their draft regulations for if the courts rule in their favour. The Quebec Firearms Registration Act passed in 2016 but it is currently held […] Read more

2017 Fall Election

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) biography and statement of intent to the National office no later than October 1, 2017. Nomination forms are available for downloads HERE, you will also find the form […] 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 provincial level by allowing the provinces access to the old registry data. Previously the Government of Quebec went to court to get the long-gun registry data but […] Read more

CPC Leadership Candidate Report Card – Firearms Policy

Grades are based on published comments and the candidates’ published policy if one exists. The NFA believes that the firearms control scheme is a failed social experiment that has been a waste of tax dollars – it has no benefit to public safety, nor does it reduce crime. It burdens the court with administrative offences […] Read more

NFA Letter to Mayor Tory and Toronto City Council

Mayor Tory and Toronto City Council 12th floor, West Tower, City Hall 100 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M5H 2N2 Dear Mayor John Tory and Councillors: Subject: Firearms Control Statements by Mayor Tory As the President of a national organization concerned with civil rights and personal freedom, I was both surprised and alarmed to learn […] Read more

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