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26 Apr
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MP LARRY MAGUIRE’S C-71 ORDER PAPER QUESTIONS

BRANDON-SOURIS MP LARRY MAGUIRE’S C-71 ORDER PAPER QUESTIONS ON AUTHORIZATIONS TO TRANSPORT, SOURCES OF CRIME GUNS, AND FIREARMS REVOKATIONS – House of Commons Order Paper and Notice Paper NO. 286 – THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 2018 WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO ...

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23 Apr
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FIREARMS PROGRAM ERRORS GO UNREPORTED TO PARLIAMENT

Will we have to wait another year for the RCMP to answer these questions?

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22 Apr
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RCMP KEEPING FIREARMS LICENCING AND REGISTRATION ERRORS SECRET

The Dept. of Justice routinely released error rates when they ran the firearms program under Jean Chretien.  So much for Justin Trudeau’s promise for a more open and transparent government. Missing Information Complaint to the Information Commissioner – April 21, ...

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21 Apr
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FIREARMS DIGEST POSTINGS – APRIL 20, 2018

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19 Apr
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STILL SEEKING EVIDENCE: SOURCES OF ‘CRIME GUNS’

Access to Information Act request for records to validate StatsCan statement at Goodale’s Guns and Gangs Summit: “We don’t know the origin of firearms involved in gun crime in Canada.” 

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18 Apr
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RCMP NOT IN CONTROL OF THE INFORMATION ON THE GOVERNMENT’S GUNS!

DECEMBER 3, 2017 – Public Safety Canada responded: “A thorough search was conducted and Public Safety Canada was unable to locate any records responding to your request. Agencies report their inventory to the RCMP which maintains the relevant database. Public ...

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17 Apr
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RCMP REPORT FIREARMS LICENCE PROGRAMMING ERRORS

Briefing Note to Minister of Public Safety dated November 4, 2016: “The CFIS programming error affected 1,356 licences. The Canadian Firearm Information System (CFIS) amended the licence privileges of some clients from Section 12(7) to Section 12(6) of the Firearms ...

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15 Apr
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WHY HAS THE RCMP BEEN KEEPING ‘CRIME GUN’ STATS A SECRET FOR TWO YEARS?

On March 13, 2016, I filed what I thought was a simple request for RCMP statistics on crime guns.  On April 27, 2016, I received a response from the RCMP dated April 19, 2016 advising that the RCMP had ‘no ...

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14 Apr
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FIREARMS DIGEST POSTINGS – APRIL 13, 2018

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13 Apr
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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, ...

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