TheGunBlog.ca — The RCMP said it has “no backlog” processing PAL applications after clearing months of delays related to Covid-19.
TheGunBlog.ca — The number of Canadians with a gun licence rose to a record in 2022, defying the governing Liberal Party’s increased attacks on firearm users.
TheGunBlog.ca — The RCMP said today it redesigned the gun-licence cards for Canada’s 2.2 million government-approved firearm users, introducing a new look with stronger security.
TheGunBlog.ca — The Liberals and RCMP hoped to use government-licensed gun owners on P.E.I. as guinea pigs to test their confiscation tactics before going national, according to a government briefing made public two weeks ago.
TheGunBlog.ca — Saskatchewan told the province’s RCMP commander that it refuses to support or pay for any action connected to Trudeau’s political attacks on gun users., following Alberta and signaling the crackdown will fail.
TheGunBlog.ca — Alberta said it will block Trudeau’s plan to use the RCMP as confiscation agents for his political attacks against gun owners and businesses, increasing the odds that Trudeau will fail.
TheGunBlog.ca — The chief of the RCMP interfered in the investigation of the 2020 Nova Scotia massacre to push Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s anti-gun agenda, the Halifax Examiner reported today.
TheGunBlog.ca — The RCMP responds below to our questions on transferring so-called “Non-Restricted” rifles and shotguns since May 18, when new criminalizations from Bill C-71 (2019) targeting government-licensed gun owners took effect.
TheGunBlog.ca — In a new advance for Canada’s government-licensed gun owners, an Ontario court ordered the disclosure of “all information” on the RCMP algorithm invented for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s political attacks begun in May 2020.
TheGunBlog.ca — Good news for gun owners: In the newest sign Trudeau’s May 2020 plans for mass gun confiscations will fail, the RCMP said today the government is still working on the crackdown, with barely 4 months to the deadline.
TheGunBlog.ca — The RCMP, which controls personal gun ownership in Canada, said it has a four-month delay processing new firearm licences, in line with the backlog a year ago over slowdowns related to Covid-19.
TheGunBlog.ca — The Royal Canadian Mounted Police responds below to reports saying it’s misusing data from the so-called “Long-Gun Registry” that the government ordered deleted in 2012.
TheGunBlog.ca — The RCMP comments below on its 26 February 2021 “nullification” notice to 1,865 more gun owners targeted by its May 2020 regulatory attacks, after a “technical issue” led to them being missed last year.
More than 70,000 people have now been notified.
Read our Q&A with the RCMP.
TheGunBlog.ca — The RCMP provided the following data at 31 December 2020:
– Number of individuals with a firearm Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL)
– Number of individuals with at least one gun registered with the RCMP
– Number of firearms registered with the RCMP
– Table of firearm registrations by type of firearm
TheGunBlog.ca — The RCMP, which regulates Canada’s gun stores, is inviting them to apply to become licensed firearm destroyers, as it works with the government to attack gun users and businesses.
– Bill C-71 to take effect over the next year
– New “Firearms Buyback Secretariat”
– RCMP prints 10,000 PAL cards per week
– May 2020 memo on CCFR’s planned court challenge
– And more
TheGunBlog.ca — The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which administers private gun ownership, said it’s working to expand and improve online services through its Canadian Firearms Program 2.0.
TheGunBlog.ca — The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, which administers private gun ownership in Canada, responds below to our questions on its work to confiscate firearms from the owners it licences, and on the owners’ work to stop them.
TheGunBlog.ca — Canada’s governing Liberal Party told an opposition MP last week it expects to confiscate about 150,000 rifles and shotguns from hunters, farmers, sport shooters and businesses under its May 1 political attacks.
TheGunBlog.ca — An Alberta court sided with gun owners fighting the federal government and federal police’s regulatory attacks, marking a significant procedural win for the rights of Canadian hunters, sport shooters and firearm collectors.