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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 June 14

– Liberals Refuse Federal Court Order to Give Evidence for May 2020 Attacks
– Liberals Aim for Full Activation of Bill C-71 ‘Around Fall 2021’
– Canadian Military Publishes Q&A for Its New Pistol Contract
– NFA Drafts Motion to Condemn the Liberals (Video)
– Fredericton’s Only Indoor Shooting Range Closing After Eight Years

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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 February 22

– O’Toole Pledges to Repeal Trudeau’s Attacks Against Gun Owners as PM
– Government Responds to How Bill C-21 Relates to Bill C-22 on Guns
– NFA: They Hate Us
– OFAH: Bill C-21 and Municipal Handgun Prohibitions
– Government Responds to How Bill C-21 Relates to Bill C-22 on Guns

NFA Buys Full-Page Ad in The Hill Times to Tell MPs: ‘We Vote’ — Canada’s National Firearms Association bought a full-page ad in today’s edition of The Hill Times newspaper, as the House of Commons starts up and the governing Liberal Party outlines its priorities. The minimalist, mostly black design is dominated by a simple message for the 338 members of parliament who are hired and fired…

NFA Tells Trudeau to Expect ‘Civil Resistance’ Over His Gun Bans — Canada’s National Firearms Association told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to expect “civil resistance” eventually, as he prepares some of the biggest confiscations against honest citizens of any democracy in history. The NFA shared the letter from President Sheldon Clare to Trudeau in an e-mail to members today: NFA Quote Whether willfully or by…

Shooters’ Groups Target MPs, Senators on Bill C-71: Hill Times — Canada’s largest shooters’ rights groups and the Conservative Party are continuing to urge voters and parliamentarians to oppose Bill C-71, the Hill Times reported today, citing the organizations. Every national association of hunters and sport shooters has spoken out against Bill C-71. The editor of is a current or past member of…

RCMP Attack on Ruger 10/22 Owners Unites Gun-Rights Groups

The RCMP’s attack on owners of the popular Ruger 10/22 small-calibre rifle is prompting Canadian gun-rights groups to unite in opposition. The RCMP plans to reclassify 10/22 magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds of the .22 LR cartridge as “prohibited devices,” Calibre Magazine said July 18, potentially leading to criminal charges for anyone who owns, transports or sells them….

NFA Isn’t a Gun Lobby

Canada’s National Firearms Association isn’t a gun lobby. The group doesn’t advance or defend the interests, rights or freedoms of guns. Firearms are things, inanimate pieces of metal, wood and plastic, and don’t have interests, rights or freedoms.

Gun Lobby Plans ‘Biggest Fight’ in Its History

Canada’s National Firearms Association, the country’s main gun lobby, said it’s planning the biggest fight in its history before a federal election this October. The group aims to raise $40,000 to revamp its website as part of the plans, the Edmonton-based NFA said today on, which is hosting the fundraiser. The association also is seeking 200,000 signatures…