National and International Gun Control News for the week ending November 8, 2019
RCMP’s ONLINE DATABASES WERE PROBED AND/OR ATTACKED THOUSANDS OF TIMES PER DAY – NO EVIDENCE OF A SPECIFIC DATABASE BEING TARGETED – Office of the Information Commissioner rules my complaint as ‘not well-founded’ supporting RCMP April 2017 ATIP response claiming that these three major databases (CPIC, CFRO and CFIS) only had two ‘Clickjacking’ incidents. See Report of Investigation by the Office of the Information Commissioner dated November 1, 2019 and my original complaint letter dated May 13, 2017
Port of Vancouver ATIP Response dated and received by Dennis R. Young November 5, 2019
‘NO RECORDS EXIST’ – Reference is being made to a number of anecdotal reports of: (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 RCMP ATIP File: A-2019-03933 by Dennis R. Young – November 3, 2019
EXCERPT: Unfortunately, none of these costs and staffing requirements are reported to Parliament so MPs and Senators are operating in the dark when trying to determine if the Canadian Firearms Program is operating cost-effectively and if it is improving public and police safety.
OCTOBER 15, 2019 – LETTER TO PBO AND AUDITOR GENERAL ON FIREARMS PROGRAM SPENDING DISCREPANCIES
Parliamentary Budget Officer and Auditor General asked to resolve discrepancies in amounts reported to Parliament and verify estimates of ‘major additional costs’ still unreported to Parliament. Dennis R. Young October 15, 2019
National and International Gun Control News for the week ending November 1, 2019
National and International Gun Control News for the week ending October 25, 2019
GLOBAL NEWS RADIO: PRIVACY COMMISSIONER TO INVESTIGATE HIGH RIVER GUN GRAB
We spoke with firearms researcher Dennis Young – Afternoons with Rob Breakenridge, 770 CHQR – Oct 21, 2019
ALBERTA INFORMATION COMMISSIONER APPROVES INQUIRY TO OBTAIN HIGH RIVER RCMP FORCED ENTRIES ‘LEGAL AUTHORITIES PAPER’
Letter from Jill Clayton dated October 8, 2019 – Received by Dennis R. Young October 15, 2019
National and International Gun Control News for the week ending October 18, 2019
ALBERTA INFORMATION COMMISSIONER APPROVES 2ND INQUIRY INTO MISSING HIGH RIVER DOCUMENTATION
Letter from Jill Clayton dated October 8, 2019 – Received by Dennis R. Young October 15, 2019. Alberta Justice and Solicitor General FOIP File 2014-G-0335 – Inquiry to Examine claims of: (1) Inadequate Searches, (2) Missing Meeting Minutes on Damage Claims, (3) Missing Meeting Minutes on Rights Violations, (4) Missing Correspondence and Legal Opinions, (5) Withholding of a Record on Disclosure Harmful to Law Enforcement.