17 Apr 2018

C-71 Analysis – Examining the requirement to keep records, will the government have access?

In an interview given by the Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale to the CBC and published March 20, 2018, the Minister said this about the new, detailed transaction records required to be maintained by retail vendors of firearms regarding their sales: “… it’s simply not a federal long gun

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17 Apr 2018

C-71 Analysis – Submission to the Federal Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security on Bill C-71

Gary A Mauser, Ph.D recently made this submission to the Federal Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security on Bill C-71.  He provides a great deal of analytical and factual analysis of the bill and calls it a Red Herring.  Gary is a leading expert on the state of gun control

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15 Jan 2018

Register your car, why not your gun!

In this video. Rod Giltaca discusses the realities of the restricted firearm registry in Canada. Some examples of confiscation of firearms in Canada: 2010 – RCMP gun confiscations prompt legal fight 2007 – Feds budget $260,000 to seize rifles 1995 – 553,000 registered handguns become prohibited   What was the

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10 Aug 2017

Gun Control – Get Informed!

In this Video, Rod Giltaca discusses the need for education on the topic of Gun Control in Canada.  We encourage you to browse the site and learn as much as you can.  There is an incredible amount of factual information contained within Gundebate.ca to explore.  Not completely convinced, look for

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10 Aug 2017

Ban All Guns

Rod talks about the normal reaction to gang crime in Canada; the desire to ban guns. 5 million people in peaceful possession? The 2015 Commissioner of Firearms Report lists the number of individual licenced gun owners in Canada at 2,026,011 individuals.  The number 2.1 million quoted in the video is

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10 Aug 2017

Ban The AR 15

In this Video, Rod talks about how strange it is that the AR-15 is “restricted” while so many other functionally similar rifles are non-restricted in Canada.  He offers some thoughts on the topic. In Canada, semi-automatic rifles that function like the AR-15 are, in general, “non-restricted”.  The AR-15 however is

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