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on July 18, 2013 in E News

CSSA Newsletter July 18th 2013

                                  CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – July 18, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** CSSA COMMENTARY: TORONTO STAR NEEDS TO BE EDUCATED — BUT WILL THEY LISTEN? And the hits just keep on coming. The barrage of anti-gun bafflegab at the The Toronto Star refuses to go on vacation. Case in point, see the July 17 column under the Current Affairs header by Judith Timson. Anti-gun rhetoric is so common in… View Article

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on July 12, 2013 in E News

CSSA NEWSLETTER JULY 12-2013

                                CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – July 12, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** CSSA COMMENTARY COLUMNIST LORNE GUNTER – OLD-SCHOOL ETHICS AND ANALYSIS Responsible firearms owners owe much to the wisdom of newspaper columnist Lorne Gunter, and not just because he defends their gun rights. Gunter’s examination of the topics he broaches is executed with old-school aplomb. He has a reputation for seeing many issues through a right-wing filter, but his… View Article

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on July 5, 2013 in E News

Team CSSA Newsletter

                                  CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – July 5, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** ATTENTION HIGH RIVER RESIDENTS – ESSENTIAL INFORMATION REQUIRED! The Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) sends its best wishes to the residents of High River, Alberta at this difficult time. Some of you will be facing the most dreaded of problem a family can have – the prospect of losing homes and property. As you are permitted to… View Article

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on June 29, 2013 in E News

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION

TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – June 29, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends **   COMMENTARY: SHOOTING FROM THE LIP IN HIGH RIVER   The Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) has issued a media release in a separate email and appeared in numerous media stories about the High River gun seizures by the RCMP, so we will not reiterate them here.   It is worth noting that we have been in frequent contact with the powers that be in Ottawa. We are gratified at how quickly the federal government suggested that the RCMP have better things to do during… View Article

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on June 28, 2013 in E News World News

PMO says the RCMP should have better things to do than seize guns

                  The Prime Minister’s Office is stepping into the controversy surrounding the flood response in High River, Alta., saying the RCMP should have better things to do than seize residents’ guns. The town remains under evacuation, and emergency crews have been going from home to home, searching for people and assessing damage. Earlier this week, it emerged RCMP were also seizing guns that had been left out in the open, saying they were doing it out of safety and that the guns would be returned. Many residents, however, complained that RCMP were… View Article

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on June 28, 2013 in E News World News

RCMP’s high-handedness in High River reveals gun confiscation agenda

Residents leave firearms in houses during flood evacuation – so what? The RCMP in High River, Alberta have breached and sullied their contract with the public to serve and protect. When private citizens were forced to evacuate the town as flood waters threatened their safety, police and the military forcibly entered the abandoned residences and confiscated firearms. They police admit they seized “a large quantity of firearms,” and claimed that public safety was at stake. They did not explain how the firearms posed a threat — because there wasn’t one. “This act of aggression is further proof that the RCMP… View Article

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