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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

Notice of Election 2013 & Call for Nomination

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 February 15, 2013. Nomination forms are available for downloads. In accordance with the Bylaws, a total […] Read more

Good People Need Guns

After some insane public attack, it is common to blame the gun. If only no gun were available we are told, people could not run amok to harm others. No one needs a handgun, is the other common refrain. It is a fact that handguns were once legal for hunting in Canada – they should […] Read more

Informal Briefing Paper: Armi-Jager AP-80

Print this article (PDF) » Prepared By: Sheldon Clare President, Canada’s National Firearms Association Subject: Is the Armi-Jager AP 80 a variant of the AK-47? Here is my opinion regarding as to whether or not the Armi-Jager AP-80 is truly a “variant” of the AK-47. I hope that this information is useful. As a collector […] Read more

Bill C-19: An Act to Amend the Criminal Code and the Firearms Act

Please click here to see the document in English. S.v.p. cliquez ici pour voir le document en français.   View post

Unpublished Lott-Mauser Letter

Despite spending a whooping $2.7 billion on creating and running a long gun registry, Canadians still have not reaped any benefits.  Even though the registry started registering long guns in 1998, it has yet to solve one single murder. Instead it has been an enormous waste of police officers’ time, diverting their efforts from patrolling […] Read more

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