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Let’s review the particulars: Red Flag LawThe Criminal Code will be amended to allow anyone to apply to a judge, without notice to the firearm-owner, for an order to immediately remove firearms from an individual who may pose a danger to themselves or others, or from a third party who could provide firearms to such an individual,... Read more
We are disappointed but not surprised at the Federal Court’s decision. We understand that the burden of proof in injunction applications are considerably higher than in the main application. We look forward to representing the interests of gun owners in CCFR vs Canada. As we’ve said, it’s very rare to get an injunction against legislation... Read more
As you are aware, the CCFR has filed the largest, most comprehensive federal court challenge on behalf of Canadian gun owners in history. Thanks to our members and supporters, we’ve been able to take the fight against the gun ban right to the government’s front yard. The CCFR also filed and argued an injunction motion,... Read more
We are in strange times. During any other time we would have seen a courtroom packed solid with interested parties. Instead, we took part in “zoom court”, perhaps a small blessing because we were well over capacity with 1000- 1300 viewers at any one time. We would never have fit the 2300 registrants who wanted... Read more
The CCFR has filed an injunction (court file number T-577-20) application with the federal court to “stay” the May 1 OIC gun ban until the main case can be heard and decided by the judge. CCFR v Canada. Notice of Motion – Injunction (00047724xD5450) (1) In addition to the CCFR leading the injunction, both Arkadi... Read more