UNKNOWN: Number of guns stolen from licensed gun owners.
UNKNOWN: Number of guns stolen from licensed gun dealers.
UNKNOWN: Number of guns stolen from licensed gun owners and dealers that were used in the commission of a violent offence.
EXCERPT #1: “Currently, there is no national repository for this type of information in Canada.”
EXCERPT #2: “The CFP does not collect or track statistics with regard to the origin of illegal or stolen handguns.”
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale’s response to MP Brad Trost’s Order Paper Question Q-2479 – June 19, 2019 – Posted by Dennis R. Young July 10, 2019
UNKNOWN: (a) Number of PAL holders charged with homicide.
UNKNOWN: (b) Number of registered firearms used in homicide.
UNKNOWN: (c) Number of PAL holders charged with using a registered firearm to commit homicide.
EXCERPT: “RCMP systems do not capture the requested information at the level of detail requested.”
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale’s response to MP Brad Trost’s Order Paper Question Q-2478 – June 19, 2019 – Posted by Dennis R. Young July 9, 2019
Alberta Municipal Affairs 38-Page FOIP Response dated July 2, 2019 – Received July 9, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
RCMP DOOR-KICKING SPREE IN HIGH RIVER COST TAXPAYERS $2.45 MILLION
“Records showing the total number of claims by High River residents and businesses and the final cost to taxpayers for paying and processing the damage claims caused by the RCMP forced entries and searches.”
Municipal Affairs FOIP response April 3, 2018 – Claims Paid Out = 1,580 Total Amount Paid = $2,455,815.04 Largest Single Claim = $63,001.06
RCMP EXCEL SPREADSHEET WITH 2,210 HIGH RIVER DAMAGE CLAIMS TOTALING MORE THAN $2.5 MILLION
50 Damage Claims Over $5,000 Largest Single Claim = $201,870.57
640 Firearms Lost – 173 Firearms Stolen (see attached for breakdown by types of firearms)
It only took 27 months for the ‘Open and Transparent’ Government to respond
RCMP ATIP File: A-2017-03711 – Filed April 1, 2017 – Received July 3, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
Page 9 FOIP ‘exception’ under Section 25(1)(b) ‘Disclosure harmful to economic and other interests’
FOIP response also failed to address the steps necessary to fix the broken trust in RCMP
Alberta Executive Council FOIP response dated July 2, 2019 – Received July 3, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
HIGH RIVER ‘LEGAL AUTHORITIES PAPER’ WITHHELD FROM PUBLIC & MEDIA
More than four years later, Alberta Justice withholds High River Forced Entries ‘legal authorities paper’ paper, entitled ‘’The Local State of Emergency-Mandatory Evacuation Order Police Officer Authorities’’ written by Peter Mackenzie, by claiming it is ‘Privileged information’. Alberta Justice and Solicitor General FOIP response dated July 28, 2017 Received August 3, 2017 by Dennis R. Young
CHARTER RIGHTS VIOLATIONS BY RCMP IN HIGH RIVER STILL HIDDEN FROM THE PUBLIC, ALBERTA LEGISLATURE & PARLIAMENT – Trust in the RCMP cannot be rebuilt by covering up the truth! By Dennis R. Young – October 22, 2018
204-Pages of Investigative Reports into 559 lost weapons and 14 stolen weapons
Response to Access to Information Act Request – Received June 27, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
Premier of Alberta asked to waive privilege on hidden High River ‘legal authorities paper’
Letter dated June 21, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
WORDING OF MY ATIP REQUEST: For the period from 2008 to present please provide copies of reports containing information about:
(1) Illegal shipments of firearms, ammunition and explosives found in ships or containers leaving Canada and/or destined for Canada, and
(2) Firearms, ammunition and explosives reported stolen from ships or containers at the Port of Vancouver.
Complaint to Information Commissioner dated June 21, 2019 by Dennis R. Young
Doug Schweitzer’s response the same as Jonathan Denis’ and Kathleen Ganley’s – Letter dated June 4, 2019 received June 18, 2019 by Dennis R. Young