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Old 08-14-2019, 12:14 PM
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This is a list of who owes money to the UN regarding the ATT organisation, of course we are paid up;
https://www.thearmstradetreaty.org/h...RbMxy2MkKViKYk
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Old 08-15-2019, 12:03 AM
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Seems like a good thing to see for a change, although it was also said last year I believe. Police Chiefs think laws as we have them are adequate, on handguns anyway, no need for a ban.

https://vancouversun.com/pmn/news-pm...box=1565818590
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Old 08-15-2019, 11:38 AM
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CCFR released their media bias report;

https://firearmrights.ca/en/media-bi...v6UmN8F4Yaqolk

The Rebel POV on Wendy Whoppers statement from last wk;

https://www.therebel.media/sheila-gu...em7DsO17i04Rqw
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Old 08-16-2019, 02:49 AM
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Looks like the democrats are trying the assault weapon ban in the US again, and if you check IRUN GUNS site, they have just changed the export criteria, all guns must be shipped thru a licensed exporter, if you want a gun off Gun Broker, or a private sale, the exporter has to buy it for you. The proposed export changes from last year are dead.

https://www.irunguns.ca/content.php?...s-us-to-canada

This is the bill on the house floor down there now, needless to say, the NRA has a call to action out.

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bil...DBY2VKnEjzcDV4
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Old 08-24-2019, 11:07 PM
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The very last sentence in this article illustrates the Liberal Party's mindset, and how they figure that if they tell a lie enough times, people will believe it is true , when it comes to their descriptions of creating a safer Canada with their legislation;

https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/201...Mho7Nfms28WzOw
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Old 09-09-2019, 11:57 PM
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Think the RCMP got spooked by Glen Motz last time around ;

https://thegunblog.ca/2019/09/07/rcm...l4HB35rC1r4kB8
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I wish the RCMP didn't play political games.
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Old 09-11-2019, 12:22 PM
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CSSA says they will be and are running up to 315 ads thru the election;

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Old 09-13-2019, 11:09 AM
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One example from the Quebec gov't of how the background checks can be used to screw people applying for a PAL. It is a risk from any party in power as it is good political optics, at our expense;



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Concerned that the killer of the mosque has easily thwarted the Canadian arms control system, François Legault does not intend, for now, to demand a tightening of the rules in Ottawa.

The Prime Minister reacted to the revelations of our Office of Investigation into the killer of the Quebec City mosque. Alexandre Bissonnette easily lied in his form to acquire six guns. In particular, he managed to obtain two restricted weapons.

"Indeed, it is worrying," said Prime Minister Francois Legault.

"Are there measures to put in place to avoid that? What measure? (...) We will examine it, but it is too early to make an official request to the federal government. "

"This is a serious issue," said Public Safety Minister Geneviève Guilbault's office, hoping to improve the process for verifying medical histories. "We are open to evaluating all options with the government that will be in place. "

According to our information and testimonies collected, the killing of the mosque could have been avoided if the Canadian arms control system was not based solely on the good faith of the applicants, mainly on the issue of mental health. Alexandre Bissonnette had a serious history on his medical file.

At the expense of the applicant

For its part, Québec solidaire believes that an applicant must provide a medical certificate, at his own expense, to acquire a restricted weapon.

"Owning a restricted weapon is a privilege, not a right. It would be easier and more effective for applicants to self-certify their mental health when applying for or renewing a firearms possession and acquisition license, "said the party, adding that presupposing Applicants' good faith has shown limitations and failures with tragic consequences.

A similar policy exists at Transport Canada as part of the Airplane Pilot Permit.

According to QS, a new certificate should be requested, every 5 years, when renewing the permit.

Meanwhile, QS argues that the CAQ government can now enforce the law more vigorously. "Currently, very few resources deal with the processing of license applicants at the SQ, and very few files are formally audited."

No checks

A point of view shared by Heidi Rathjen, coordinator of Polysesouvient. She points out that even if these criteria are set by federal law, their application is ensured by the Sûreté du Québec.

In the form, an applicant must provide a list of two respondents who may be asked to answer questions from the SQ. As for a passport.

"There is no systematic follow-up with respondents, or even random checks to validate the legitimacy of respondents," says Rathjen.

In a letter sent to Polysesouvient a year ago and during the election campaign, the CAQ had nevertheless indicated its intention to better control the search for antecedents for applicants for weapons acquisition licenses.

"The Coalition Avenir Québec is open to studying all measures to improve the security surrounding the licensing process by the Sûreté du Québec. While respecting federal jurisdiction, we must ensure better control of the search for antecedents to avoid tragedies, "said the missive.

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Like the Bloc Québécois, the PQ argues that the applicants' background must be verified by verifying the health history of those who want to buy restricted weapons.

The problem, she says, is that there is no real verification of the applicants' mental health background.

In fact, the three main federal opposition parties are committed to improving the mental background check of those who want a firearm.
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Old 09-17-2019, 02:33 AM
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TV ads put out by the CSSA have been posted on You Tube;

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC85...BZTsTi6pNoaYDg
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Dennis Young getting info from the Regina police and an invitation to talk to the chief;

https://dennisryoung.ca/2019/09/17/r...JSJgcrl_9ebIP8
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Looks like the Libs are likely to give the cities the option of banning possession in the cities or central storage, or something of that ilk, sounds assenine whatever they are hinting at;

https://firearmrights.ca/en/blair-st...9WvPrN_vHUqpaI
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Old 09-21-2019, 12:37 AM
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Right from the horse's mouth, the man was educated about terminology in the consultations,and still continues to use the same falsehoods, and continues with the "if you tell a lie enough times, it will become the truth" routine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0m7fMBJ-ytY
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Old 09-22-2019, 09:04 PM
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CSSA , CCFR and NFA, Heidi Rathjen and Nathalie Provost all talking in this one, Fifth Estate; Targeted - Inside the gun lobby's fight to save assault weapons in Canada.

https://gem.cbc.ca/media/the-fifth-e...5a-011b132580c
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Old 09-23-2019, 05:07 AM
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An interesting collection of the polling numbers that illustrates the risk of the split vote factor;

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This isn’t anti PPC, it is about strategic voting to save our guns.

Re: How the PPC Voters Can Help Trudeau Win, or Not

Here are 36 ridings where the PPC voters can make the difference between a Liberal (or NDP) win and a Conservative win. These are “toss up" ridings where the projected PPC vote is greater than the margin between the Liberal and Conservative candidates, meaning the people voting for the PPC will have this effect:

(A) If they give their votes to the CPC, the CPC will likely win that seat;
(B) If they give their votes to the PPC, then the Liberals (or NDP) will likely win that seat; and
(C) In none of these ridings will giving votes to the PPC have any chance whatsoever of giving a seat to the PPC. ZERO chance.

If you are thinking about voting PPC in any of these ridings, that vote directly supports the Liberal Party of Canada and Justin Trudeau’s continuation in power. DO NOT DO THAT!!!

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Here are the ridings:

Fundy Royal (NB) - Libs/Cons polling within 2.6% - PPC polling at 4.9%

Miramichi–Grand Lake (NB) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.9% - PPC polling at 4.4%

Saint John–Rothesay (NB) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.4% - PPC polling at 3.9%

Tobique–Mactaquac (NB) - Libs/Cons polling within 0.4% - PPC polling at 4.5%

Beauport–Limoilou (Que) - Libs/Cons polling within 4.8% - PPC polling at 6.4%

Drummond (Que) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.4% - PPC polling at 2.2%

Jonquière (Que) - Libs/Cons polling within 0.1% - PPC polling at 1.7%

Aurora–Oak Ridges–Richmond Hill (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.1% - PPC polling at 2.7%

Barrie–Springwater–Oro-Medonte (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.2% - PPC polling at 2.7%

Burlington (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 2.1% - PPC polling at 3.7%

Cambridge (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 0.4% - PPC polling at 3%

Eglinton–Lawrence (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 3% - PPC polling at 2.7%

Essex (Ont) - NDP/Cons polling within 2.4% - PPC polling at 3.2%

Kanata–Carleton (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.8% - PPC polling at 2.5%

King–Vaughan (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 0.7% - PPC polling at 3.8%

Kitchener South–Hespeler (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 0.9% - PPC polling at 3.2%

Milton (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.7% - PPC polling at 3.2%

Mississauga–Streetsville (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 2.4% - PPC polling at 3%

Newmarket–Aurora (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 0.2% - PPC polling at 2.5%

Northumberland–Peterborough South (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.7% - PPC polling at 2.7%

Oakville North–Burlington (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 1% - PPC polling at 2.7%

Peterborough–Kawartha (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 0.8% - PPC polling at 3.3%

Richmond Hill (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 0.9% - PPC polling at 2.6%

Scarborough–Agincourt (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.9% - PPC polling at 3.2%

Vaughan–Woodbridge (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 2.5% - PPC polling at 2.9%

Whitby (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.3% - PPC polling at 2.4%

York Centre (Ont) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.4% - PPC polling at 2.4%

Charleswood–St. James–Assiniboia–Headingley (MB) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.5% - PPC polling at 9.5%

Saint Boniface–Saint Vital (MB) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.4% - PPC polling at 1.9%

Winnipeg South (MB) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.3% - PPC polling at 2.9%

Edmonton Strathcona (AB) - NDP/Cons polling within 0.8% - PPC polling at 1.5%

Burnaby North–Seymour (BC) - Libs/Cons TIED at 29.8% - PPC polling at 3.1%

Cloverdale–Langley City (BC) - Libs/Cons polling within 2.6% - PPC polling at 2.8%

Cowichan–Malahat–Langford (BC) - NDP/Cons polling within 0.5% - PPC polling at 2% (Libs/Green/NDP almost evenly splitting the left in this riding)

Delta (BC) - Libs/Cons polling within 2.1% - PPC polling at 2.4%

Vancouver South (BC) - Libs/Cons polling within 1.7% - PPC polling at 3.4%
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Old 09-23-2019, 05:18 AM
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Ottawa councillor thinks giving the municipalities the power to implement a handgun ban is a good idea, mayor isn't sure. As has been said, giving cities the power to override the province? Doesn't make any sense.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottaw...JKZVI90V9WmUF8
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