FACTS YOU NEED FOR THE COMING FIGHT
The Trudeau Liberals remain eager to crack down on gun owners. To keep their base happy, the Liberals must honour at least some of their promises. And we are easy meat. BY GARY MAUSER – JUSTICE FOR GUN OWNERS – MAY 12, 2017 http://justiceforgunowners.ca/facts-you-need-for-the-coming-fight/
This article was published in the May/June issue of the Canadian Firearms Journal. Other issues with many fascinating articles are available at this website: https://nfa.ca/news-media/cfj/
RCMP: NO ‘EVIDENCE’ OF DOLLARS SAVED OR EFFECTIVENESS OF C-42 ATT PROCEDURES https://dennisryoung.ca/2017/03/01/rcmp-dont-have-any-evidence-of-dollars-saved-or-effectiveness-of-c-42-att-procedures/
HOW CAN THE LIBERALS IMPLEMENT C-42 ELECTION PROMISES FOR ‘EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY MAKING’ WITHOUT ANY ‘EVIDENCE’?
MINISTER GOODALE REAFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO ‘EVIDENCE-BASED’ GUN CONTROL POLICIES https://dennisryoung.ca/2016/02/13/minister-goodale-reaffirms-commitment-to-evidence-based-gun-control-policies/
TRUDEAU GOVERNMENT MAKES MORE COMMITMENTS TO “EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY MAKING” https://dennisryoung.ca/2015/11/06/trudeau-government-makes-more-commitments-to-evidence-based-policy-making/
JUSTIN TRUDEAU’S SUPPORT FOR ‘EVIDENCE-BASED’ GUN CONTROL LAWS https://dennisryoung.ca/2015/10/31/justin-trudeaus-support-for-evidence-based-gun-control-laws/
Statements made in a letter signed by former Public Safety Minister Vic Toews dated January 15, 2013 (copy attached)
- “…classifications are based on risk to public safety.”
- “Some firearms are classified on the basis of their physical characteristics, such as barrel length or type of action; others are specified by make and model in the Criminal Code and its supporting regulations.”
- “Due to the risk to public safety, some firearms may only be transported for purposes such as…”
- “…regulations made under the Criminal Code limit the capacity of certain firearms magazines in order to make them safer by reducing the number of shots that can be fired in quick succession.”
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EXCERPT: The Court ruled that the CFO’s power under s. 58(1) of the Firearms Act, to attach conditions to a licence or authorization, is not unfettered. The CFO cannot use that power to create rules of general application, akin to legislation.