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on September 25, 2013 in E News

TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 25, 2013

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 25, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** COMMENTARY: CHIEF FIREARMS OFFICES THUMBING THEIR NOSE AT FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Responsible firearms owners are confused – and for good reason. Canada has a reasonably functional Parliament that creates the laws we must all live by, lest we face the consequences. This isn’t the case if you are a Chief Firearms Officer (CFO) that’s happy to usurp the authority of Parliament. Apparently the CFO’s believe they have parliamentary permission to do as they pleased....

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 25, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** COMMENTARY: CHIEF FIREARMS OFFICES THUMBING THEIR NOSE AT FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Responsible firearms owners...

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on September 20, 2013 in E News

TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 20, 2013

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 20, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** COMMENTARY: CSSA LAWSUIT AGAINST ONTARIO CFO — WILL IT GO ROUND IN CIRCLES? The Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) lawsuit against Ontario’s Chief Firearms Office (CFO) continues to grind it’s way through the court system. Trouble is, the unreasonable transport regulations imposed on responsible owners of restricted and prohibited firearms hang in the balance. Tony Bernardo, executive director of the Canadian Institute for Legislative Action (CILA) and CSSA spokesperson was in Ontario Provincial...

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 20, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** COMMENTARY: CSSA LAWSUIT AGAINST ONTARIO CFO — WILL IT GO ROUND IN CIRCLES?...

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on September 12, 2013 in E News

TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 12, 2013

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 12, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** COMMENTARY: FEDERAL ELECTION CLOCK IS TICKING – WHAT, ME WORRY? October 19, 2015. This is the tentative date for the next federal election. Will responsible firearms owners vote Conservative? There is growing evidence they may not. The anger and disappointment percolating through the firearms community due to government inaction could be the beginning of the end. Firearms blogs and industry rumours reveal that many thousands of gun owners will refuse to vote in...

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 12, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** COMMENTARY: FEDERAL ELECTION CLOCK IS TICKING – WHAT, ME WORRY? October 19, 2015....

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on September 9, 2013 in E News

TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 09, 2013

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 09, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** COMMENTARY: ALBERTA POLITICS LEAVE HIGH RIVER GUN OWNERS FUMING Alberta Premier Alison Redford has (unknowingly) pretty much guaranteed that Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith will be re-elected in High River in 2016. And it won’t be the first time an election was decided by responsible firearms owners. Premier Redford has turned her back on High River gun owners, who in turn let the world know they are mad as hell during the High...

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA E-NEWS – Sept 09, 2013 ** Please share this E-news with your friends ** COMMENTARY: ALBERTA POLITICS LEAVE HIGH RIVER GUN OWNERS FUMING Alberta Premier Alison Redford...

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on September 5, 2013 in E News

TEAM CSSA MEDIA RELEASE — 5 SEPTEMBER 2013

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA MEDIA RELEASE — 5 SEPTEMBER 2013 CSSA attends High River meeting to seek truth behind RCMP break-ins “There was no threat and no reason for it:” Tony Bernardo (High River AB – September 5, 2013) Canada’s shooting sports association is in High River today seeking the truth behind the home invasions executed by local Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers who confiscated hundreds of firearms during the disastrous June flood. The Canadian Shooting Sports Association and the Canadian Institute for Legislative Action (CSSA/CILA) will be represented by executive...

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION / CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION TEAM CSSA MEDIA RELEASE — 5 SEPTEMBER 2013 CSSA attends High River meeting to seek truth behind RCMP break-ins “There was no threat and no reason for it:” Tony...

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