Section 74


Government Won’t Say If It Planned ‘Nullifications’ for May 2020 Attacks — The Canadian government department running the mass criminalization of licensed gun owners since May 2020 declined to say if it intended the “nullification” of our firearm-registration certificates as part of its crackdown.

The response strengthens the view that the RCMP – Canadian Firearms Program invented the tactic, possibly without basis in law or regulation.

Court Win: Judge Sides With Gun Owners, Allows Hearings to Fight Trudeau’s May 2020 Attacks — An Alberta judge today sided with gun owners against the Canadian government, allowing their request for a Section 74 hearing as they fight PM Trudeau’s political attacks begun in May 2020.

Listen to our interview with Greg Dunn, lead lawyer for two of the Section 74 applicants.

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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 November 01

– Canada Gun Imports Rise 25% in January – September, Led By Shotguns From Italy
– NFA Says Sheldon Clare Decided to Step Down as President
– RCMP Website Has Been Offline for Two Days
– CSAAA Is Hiring a Managing Director
– 70-Year-Old Gunsmith Rodger Kotanko Shot to Death By Toronto Police at His Home
– NFA: O’Toole’s Firearms Flip-Flop

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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 May 24

– Canpar, Loomis Stop Shipping Guns and Ammo in Shock to Industry
– Section 74: J.P. Says Burlew Has Found New Evidence for Appeals, Updates GoFundMe
– CZ Group Completes Acquisition of Colt and Colt Canada
– Quebec Conservation Officers Plan to Buy 300 AR-15 Rifles for Protection
– Conservative MP Stubbs Reiterates Promise to Repeal Gun-Confiscation OIC and Bill C-71
– Use to Search Gun Price and Availability

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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 May 10

– Section 74 Win: Ontario Court to Hear Two More Cases Against RCMP ‘Nullification‘ Tactic
– Saskatchewan Reiterates Opposition to Trudeau’s Crackdowns on Gun Users, Including Bill C-21
– Saskatchewan Says New Provincial CFO to Be In Place by September
– CCFR, CGC Named to Nova Scotia Mass Casualty Commission
– Pitt Meadows Gun Club in B.C. Gets $20,000 Grant to Replace Trap Machine
– I Took an ATC Requal Taught By the Owner of Burke’s Gun Oil

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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 April 12

– Gun Licences Fell in 2020 for First Time in a Decade on Covid-19
– RCMP Provides 2020 Data on Gun Licences and Registrations
– RCMP Says 132 Gun Owners Now Seeking Section 74 Hearings on ‘Nullifications’
– Blair’s Office Says ‘Significant Elements’ of Bill C-71 to Take Effect This Summer
– Blair’s Office Says No Plans for Home-Alarm System for Gun Owners, Denying CSSA Report

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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 March 08

– When Police Don’t Knock
– Section 74: Procedural Win as Alberta Judge Allows Evidence
– Canadian Military Begins Search for New C22 ‘Modular Pistol and Holster System’
– Liberals Won’t Present Budget Until at Least April
– Personal: 10th Anniversary of Japan Earthquake That Shook Up My Life

Edward Burlew Files First Section 74 Appeal for Group Fighting ‘Nullifications’

(Update Feb. 19: Adds in last paragraph that Burlew filed second appeal.) — The court fight escalated this week to restore justice for Canadian hunters, farmers and sport shooters and stop the federal government’s and federal police’s regulatory attacks. Edward Burlew, one of the country’s leading firearm lawyers, filed the first court appeal on…

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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 February 01

– Most-Viewed Articles at for January 2021
– Five Reasons to Support Court Actions That Support You
– Why Are Gun Shops Sold Out of Ammo If Nobody Is Shooting? We’re Hoarding.
– Judge Outlines How Section 74 of Firearms Act Is ‘Unique’
– Edward Burlew Hired to Work on Several Section 74 Appeals

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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 January 18

– Federal Court Hears Injunction Motion to Stop Liberal-RCMP Crackdown
– New Zealand Shows How High Gun Confiscation Costs Can Go
– ‘Guns Are a Disease,’ Ontario Judge David Harris Said in 2020 Decision
– Lorne Gunter: RIP Dennis Young, A Champion of Canada’s Firearms Owners
– PDF of Government’s Appeal of Ryan Stark Court Win in Alberta

Greg Dunn Q&A After Winning Stark Court Case on ‘Nullification’ — Greg Dunn of Dunn & Associates comments below after winning the first court case for gun owners against the May 1 regulatory attacks by Canada’s governing Liberal Party and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Dunn, based in Calgary, was the lawyer for Ryan Stark in his request to access a Section 74 hearing…