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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

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Canada Gun News: Week of 2020 August 03

Updated daily throughout the week.

Highlights This Week
– CCFR Organizes Ottawa Rally to Fight Liberal Party Attacks
– Firearm Imports Slump 23% in Second Quarter 2020
– Alberta Updates Wildlife Regulation to Boost Hunting, Conservation
– Self-Defence Shooting: Supreme Court to Hear Appeal of Peter Khill
– Black Creek Labs Plans First Canada-Made Pistol in Over a Decade
– Ontario Superior Court Judge David Harris Shows His Gun Hate

Petition to Stop Liberal Gun Confiscations Surges to No. 1 — A petition to restore Canadian democracy and stop the Liberal Party attack against honest citizens surged to become the No. 1 online petition to the House of Commons after barely a week. Petition e-2574 had 176,985 signatures as of 5:15 p.m. in Toronto today. It overtook the 175,310 names from a similar solicitation…

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Petition E-2341 Analysis: Risks, Benefits and What They Mean

Canadian Petition e-2341 against a Liberal order for mass gun confiscation closed yesterday with 175,310 signatures, making it the No. 1 e-petition in House of Commons history.

Following is an analysis of the petition’s risks and benefits, and significance for Canadian gun owners.

Glen Motz Comments After Petition to Stop Bans Takes First Place — Following are comments by Glen Motz, the Canadian member of parliament who sponsored Petition e-2341, after it surged to become the most-signed e-petition in House of Commons history. More than 136,000 people have signed to stop the governing Liberal Party from using an executive order for mass confiscations against honest men and women….

Petition to Stop Trudeau’s Confiscation Order Surges to No. 1 — The petition to stop Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from ordering mass confiscations against honest men and women surged to the country’s No. 1 e-petition on record last night. Petition e-2341 on Democratic Process and Parliamentary Democracy had more than 132,540 signatures as of 12:45 p.m. Ottawa time today, the most of any…

Glen Motz Q&A on New Petition: ‘An Order in Council Is Wrong’ — Glen Motz, a member of parliament for Canada’s opposition Conservative Party, comments on a soaring new petition he sponsored to stop government plans to order mass rifle confiscations. Highlights “An order in council is wrong.” It “circumvents the whole democratic process.” “Why don’t they do an order in council on the gang violence?”…

Petition to Stop C-71 Is Now the Most-Signed E-Petition on Guns

(Update 22 July 2018: The petition stops on Thursday 26 July. It’s the second-most popular e-Petition ever, but most PAL holders haven’t signed it. Why not sign e-1608 and e-1605 now?) — A petition to stop Bill C-71 took less than three days to become Canada’s most-signed electronic petition related to firearms. Nationwide opposition…

Government Rejects Petition to Reclassify AR-15 ‘Non-Restricted’

The Canadian government rejected a petition to simplify buying and using AR-15 rifles, saying it’s the RCMP’s job to decide such changes. The government doesn’t plan to reclassify the firearm as “non-restricted” from its current label of “restricted,” Ralph Goodale, the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, said today in a written response to a…