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Old 12-17-2019, 07:28 PM
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If you haven't already, Please sign this and pass along to family and friends!
We must let them know our disgust...

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Liberals’ take on guns just ‘hype’ and ‘rhetoric’


A petition accusing the federal government of circumventing parliamentary procedures to ban certain firearms has amassed more than 77,000 signatures.

“Rather than changing their policies, the Liberals plan to ignore the gangs, criminals and illegal guns – the smuggling of these firearms into Canada – and blame law-abiding Canadians,” Motz said. “Hunters, sport shooters and farmers – that’s who this targets

“It’s important to recognize we don’t have such a firearm in Canada that’s legal,” he said. “Military-grade firearms are banned in Canada and have been for decades.”

“I’d like to see action on prevention programs for keeping youth out of criminal activity, tougher sentences for violent offenders, and support for our courts and to do their jobs appropriately. I think we need to have more resources put towards our borders to end the smuggling of illegal firearms into this country. I’d like to see increased access to mental health and addiction resources, ” he said.

https://medicinehatnews.com/news/loc...rhetoric-motz/
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Oops, guess I signed it in December. My bad.
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Old 01-14-2020, 08:54 AM
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C-71 Petition-86,082.most signature on a E-Petition-130,452 presented to the Trudeau Gov.
e-2341 currently at 83,457.
Be nice to see 130,500.
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Old 01-24-2020, 11:36 AM
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The petition has now topped over 100,000 signatures to date.
It is online to become Canada's most ever signed online E-Petition!

This when the RCMP's Annual Firearms Report directly contradicts the liberal party's aspirations regarding firearm confiscations.

https://thegunblog.ca/2020/01/23/rcm...confiscations/

The Petition:
https://petitions.ourcommons.ca/en/P...etition=e-2341

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Really not all that impressive, if just the RPAL holders signed it, it would be 200,000 plus. And I can't think of a good excuse for an RPAL holder to not sign it and send letters to Ottawa, or any other PAL holder, for that matter. This petition shud be at least 500,000 plus sigs.
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Old 01-29-2020, 12:39 PM
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Trudeau Faces New Blow as Toronto Mayor Scraps Call for Gun Bans

Also last week, a petition to stop Trudeau’s confiscation order surpassed 100,000 signatures. It became the No. 1 e-petition in Canadian history tonight with more than 130,500 signatures. It still has two weeks to go.


https://thegunblog.ca/2020/01/28/tru...-for-gun-bans/

Peter MacKay on Liberal Gun Bans: ‘Whatever They Do, We Will Undo’

“The safety of Canadians will be enhanced by putting criminals behind bars, not harassing law-abiding citizens.”

https://thegunblog.ca/2020/01/28/pet...-we-will-undo/

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Old 01-31-2020, 06:12 PM
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This petition is very important if you own or want to own firearms. If you have already signed it good on you. If you haven’t why not?

It only takes a minute to complete. With 2.2 million licensed gun owners in Canada this petition should be significantly higher than 140,000 signatures.

Complete the petition and pass it on to any one you know with firearms.
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Remember to reply email to complete the petition. Check your junk mail if you didn't get a email back.
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Old 01-31-2020, 07:42 PM
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How long until the email is sent? I don’t see it in junk or regular inbox.


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Usually within a couple of minutes, but, being as it is as busy as it is, may be some delay, if you are using microsoft e-mail there may be an issue with them blocking it as spam as well. Some corporate IT systems may block it for the same reason.
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Oops, guess I signed it in December. My bad.

Apparently I did too!
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Old 02-01-2020, 10:48 AM
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Parliament petition against Liberal gun ban biggest in Canadian history

A petition to Parliament against the Liberals’ gun ban has now reached over 140,000 signatures from upset Canadians across the country and is now the most signed official petition in Canadian history.

The petition against the ban of “military-style assault rifles” opened on Dec. 17, 2019 and will close on Feb. 15 2020.

Public Safety Minister Bill Blair’s office has not responded to The Post Millennial‘s requests for comment. The minister was asked what his response is to a record number of Canadians signing a petition against the Liberal gun ban and about the GTA mayors, including John Tory, releasing a statement calling for better border security to fight gun crime because an estimated 80 percent of gun crime in Canada is committed by illegal guns smuggled in from the US. The mayors’ statement did not mention the Liberal gun ban.

Blair was hit with hard questions during Question Period on Thursday about the gun ban that’s being rammed through Parliament without consultation with the opposition MPs and the public.

Conservative MP Raquel Dancho pointed out that Winnipeg has the highest rates of violent crime in Canada, which is mostly related to the meth crisis and not legal gun ownership. She also quoted Const. Rob Carver who said that the ban will not change the threat level at all.

Dancho then asked, “Will the Liberals admit their policy is completely out of step with police on the front lines and does nothing to keep Winnipeggers safe?”

Blair referred to three ways that guns end up in the hands of criminals before being cut off. He said, “They are smuggled across the border. They are stolen, or they are criminally diverted. And we are taking action to strengthen gun control laws to prevent those guns from being smuggled into Canada, to prevent them from being stolen from legal gun owners …”

When speaking to Blair, Conservative MP, John Brassard said, “Toronto Police Chief, Mark Saunders, revealed in December that 82 percent of handguns involved in crimes were smuggled in from the United States. The Minister of Public Safety had previously stated that half of crime guns come from domestic sources.”

He later asked, “Can the Minister table the source of his information that has now been proven incorrect?”

Blair acknowledged that his previous statistics, stating that 50 percent of handguns involved in crime came from the U.S., have changed.

Blair said, “The 50 percent number actually came from Chief Saunders in his first public statement, but since, as result of some investigations they have done into smuggling, came out with another number. And I acknowledge the facts there …” He was then cut off.

The Post Millennial also reached out to Tracey Wilson, who is a gun rights advocate from the Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights.

“I don’t think the Liberals will be forced to withdraw their gun ban plans because of the petition, however the opposition across the nation is overwhelming and undeniable. The petition itself mostly asks for proper parliamentary process to be respected. This weakened, minority government would be wise to listen to the rising voices across the country. This could be the biggest mistake in their history,” said Wilson.

“The strongest argument against the ban is the lack of evidence that it will reduce crime, which should be the focus. That’s in addition to the incredible burden to tax payers for the buyback program itself which could easily soar over the billion dollar mark,” Wilson continued. “It’s impossible to deny that those funds would be better allocated to community programs, at risk youth interventions, anti-smuggling border technology and increased law enforcement funding. This is a blunder of epic proportions on their behalf, but it’s not too late to turn it around. Every Canadian would rally behind the measures I’ve proposed.”

Two previous petitions put forth by Liberal MP Julie Dzerowicz calling for the gun ban only received fewer than 24,000 signatures.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office also did not respond to request for comment.

https://www.thepostmillennial.com/p....adian-history/

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