THE GUN BLOG: Today is the 35th anniversary of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The document’s legal and political significance and symbolism are as important as they are controversial for all Canadians, especially those of us who buy, sell, own, use, trade or work with guns. CLICK ON THE ABOVE LINK TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE AND ACCESS ALL THE LINKS.
“The RCMP has the authority to enter a residence to verify vacancy and will do so.”
“…the RCMP are adamant that it [release of the Crown council paper] would negatively affect the court proceedings,”
Special thanks to MP Brad Trost for trying to get the Liberals to provide these important statistics to Parliament. Why won’t the Liberals answer a question that the Conservative Government answered in 2006 and the RCMP answered in response to an Access to Information Act request in 2011?
RCMP ATIP RESPONSE: NUMBER OF PERSONS CONSIDERED TOO DANGEROUS TO OWN FIREARMS – RCMP FILE #: GA-3951-3-3927/11 – November 8, 2011 – http://nfa.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/RCMP-ATI-Too-Dangerous-to-Own-Guns.pdf
CONSERVATIVE GOVERNMENT’S RESPONSE TO BREITKREUZ ORDER PAPER QUESTION Q-7 – MAY 12, 2006: How many individuals are there in Canada who are considered too dangerous to own firearms? http://cssa-cila.org/garryb/inthehouse/Questions/2006/may_12b.htm
PHOTO CAPTION: JUST ONE OF 2,210 HOMES DAMAGED BY THE RCMP IN THE HIGH RIVER FORCED ENTRIES COSTING TAXPAYERS $2.3 MILLION SO FAR! RCMP REFUSE TO TELL THIS HIGH RIVER HOME OWNER WHY THEY NEEDED TO KICK BOTH HIS DOOR AND HIS WINDOW TO GET INTO HIS HOME!
BILL SUMMARY: This enactment amends the Firearms Act to eliminate the expiry of certain firearms licences and to provide for the relinquishment of licences. It also requires individuals to update their licence application information every 10 years and provides for the suspension of licences in certain circumstances.