In today’s Facebook Live update, I’ll discuss the RCMP’s claim they do not track software errors in the Canadian Firearms Information System (CFIS) – which could leave licenced gun owners in jeopardy – as well as 3 ways we can help Justin Trudeau lose this election.
I’ll publish the full writeup of this ATIP request early next week.
I want to ensure I don’t miss any details of the request itself or any of the backstory that prompted Dennis to dive down this particular rabbit hole. My first draft is already 5 pages long and there’s still some relevant information missing.
This week Tony Bernardo, Executive Director of the Canadian Shooting Sports Association, joins me to discuss GunGuard, a brand new stand-alone insurance product designed specifically for firearm owners.
I also cover the latest round of Firearm Prohibition Order re-offenders, including one man arrested for the 3rd time for violating his Firearm Prohibition Order since last December. Clearly the system is not working and needs to be fixed.
Links discussed in today’s video:
Two CSSA commentaries related to the Firearms Prohibition Order issue that offer a solution to our current failed system.
FB Live Update: The Rise of Ghost Guns; Public Safety says no research exists to back up Minister Blair’s statements
Dennis R. Young Legacy Project Update: July 20, 2021
The latest fear-mongering buzzwords of ‘gun control advocates are Ghost Guns and 3D-Printed Guns. Over the past few weeks I’ve seen a dramatic rise in the use of these terms – most notably when they don’t apply to the story being reported.
I also go through a brief history of what ‘ghost gun’ means in Canada and how that definition came about.
Then I’ll deliver a brief report on the response to an Access to Information request I filed in March of this year with Public Safety Canada about the sources for comments made by Minister Blair in the House of Commons about ‘straw purchasers’. I’m sure this response won’t surprise anyone.
Articles referenced in today’s broadcast:
- CSSA Ghost Guns commentary: https://cssa-cila.org/ghost-guns/
- AmmoLand Commentary: https://www.ammoland.com/2021/07/fact-check-ghost-guns-no-such-thing/
- Dennis R. Young Legacy Project: https://DennisRYoung.ca/Support
Paul Palango’s connections within the RCMP allow him to do what Dennis R. Young and I could never accomplish with Access to Information Requests. He can expose the truth about the RCMP’s actions on April 18th and 19th, 2020, using information and documentation from the RCMP itself.
As I referenced in today’s FB Live, I encourage you to read the book descriptions of all three of Paul Palango’s books to understand the man who is investigating where no other investigative reporter seems willing to go: to the truth.
- Above the Law
- The Last Guardians: The Crisis in the RCMP – and Canada
- Dispersing the Fog: Inside the Secret World of Ottawa and the RCMP
- How One Journalist Is Changing The Narrative Of The Nova Scotia Massacre
- RCMP orders moratorium on Wortman evidence destruction in October
MESSAGE FROM THE CCFR CONCERNING THE TRAGEDY IN NOVA SCOTIA
Pray for our brothers and sisters in Nova Scotia. Shame on those exploiting this horrific tragedy.
By Rod Giltaca, CEO & Executive Director – Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights
Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights – CCFR Channel 16.7K subscribers – 25,426 views – Apr 24, 2020
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Canadians are passionately attached to their rights. Free speech, freedom of association, free and fair elections … and the right to bear arms. Lately that last one has been portrayed as somehow unCanadian, even sneered at as distinctly American. But actually it’s a fundamental part of our heritage.
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