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Holiday Hours

Season Greetings from Canada’s National Firearms Association The NFA’s head office will be closed for the holiday season starting December 24. We will be returning to regular hours on January 2, 2013. Throughout the holidays we will be listening to our voice messages periodically as well as sorting through our e-mails. Therefore, if you need […] Read more

Article by Dr. Caillin Langmann called “Canadian Firearms Legislation and Effects on Homicide 1974 to 2008”

Here is a valuable peer-reviewed article by Dr. Caillin Langmann called “Canadian Firearms Legislation and Effects on Homicide 1974 to 2008” in The Journal of Interpersonal Violence on the effect of successive changes to firearms law in Canada. the key conclusion is that ” This study failed to demonstrate a beneficial association between legislation and […] Read more

Letter to Hon. Vic Toews, MP – Repeal of Criminal Code Sections 91, 92 and necessary amendments

11 October 2012   Hon. Vic Toews, MP Minister of Public Safety House of Commons Parliament Bldg. Ottawa, ON  K1A 0A6   Dear Minister Toews:   Subject: Repeal of Criminal Code Sections 91, 92 and necessary amendments   Canada’s National Firearms Association requests that the Conservative government take steps to remove legislative restrictions in the […] Read more

Letter to Hon. Vic Toews, MP – Review and Repeal of Firearms Classification lists

11 October 2012 Hon. Vic Toews, MP House of Commons Parliament Bldg. Ottawa, ON  K1A 0A6 Minister of Public Safety Dear Minister Toews: Subject: Review and Repeal of Firearms Classification Lists Canada’s National Firearms Association requests that the Conservative government take steps to remove legislative restrictions in the Firearms Act and its related regulations that […] Read more

Letter to Hon. Vic Toews, MP – Repeal of Magazine Capacity Regulations

10 October 2012 Hon. Vic Toews, MP Minister of Public Safety House of Commons Parliament Bldg. Ottawa, ON  K1A 0A6 Dear Minister Toews: Subject: Repeal of Magazine Capacity Regulations Canada’s National Firearms Association requests that the Conservative government take steps to remove legislative restrictions in the Firearms Act and its related regulations that are unnecessary […] Read more

Just a word about attitude

Just a word about attitude. Twenty years ago, Wendy Cukier, Heidi Rathjen, the “Coalition for Gun Control” set out to break the back of the firearms community of Canada. They knew that in order to cement their agenda of civil disarmament, they would have to prevent “gun control” from becoming a political issue in Canada […] Read more

Harper government partially fulfills promise to Canadians Long gun registry data destroyed. Except in Quebec.

Harper government partially fulfills promise to Canadians Long gun registry data destroyed. Except in Quebec. The Honourable Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety has announced Thursday, November 1st, that the records associated with the failed long gun registry have been destroyed, with the exception of those in Quebec. This fulfills part of the government’s obligations […] Read more

The U.N. Arms Trade Treaty Is Back (and Actually, It Never Left)

The U.N. Arms Trade Treaty Is Back (and Actually, It Never Left) TED R. BROMUND, PH.D. The First Committee of the U.N. General Assembly is considering a resolution to convene “the Final United Nations Conference on the Arms Trade Treaty” in New York next March. In July, a U.N. conference to negotiate an Arms Trade […] Read more

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