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Canada Gun News: Week of 2021 June 28

– Liberal Payoff to Gun Owners Targeted By Mass Confiscations May Cost Over $750 Million: Parliamentary Budget Officer
– Alberta Premier Jason Kenney Interviews Olympic Pistol Shooter Lynda Kiejko
– Gun Imports Total $17.9 Million in May
– Canadian Military Comments on November 2020 Pistol Incident
– Government Answers New Question for Military Pistol Bids (Questions 20-24)

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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 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

Princess Patricia Soldiers Get 49 Rounds a Year, HuffPo Says

Soldiers in Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry unit get 49 cartridges per year for training because of cuts to military spending, the Huffington Post said on January 21, citing an unidentified member of the unit. By comparison, civilians can fire 10 times that much ammunition in a single day of training with a private company. SIG Sauer Academy…

Charlie Hebdo Attack Boosts French Support for Military Service, Poll Shows

The Charlie Hebdo massacre has driven 80 percent of French people to support restarting mandatory military service, according to a poll published by Ouest-France newspaper. The popularity of reinstating conscription for men and women rises with age, the paper said yesterday on its website. It is supported by 69 percent of those under 35, by…