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DANIELLE SMITH’S FORCED ENTRY AND SEIZURE OF PROPERTY TOWN HALL MEETING

High River, Alberta – September 5, 2013 – Videos High River Town Hall 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wacw5rU40Fs High River Town Hall 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OD7RLmO2MHc High River Town Hall 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_BVpugBpfQ High River Town Hall 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUyLfFLExno High River Town Hall 5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5XZYP5-1Ro High River Town Hall 6 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZPzP1TOF9A High River Town Hall 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43MT1iX9XEU   Read more

Letter to the Minister of Public Safety regarding High River seizures, September 15

Dear Minister: Re: HIGH RIVER FLOOD – INVESTIGATION OF PROPERTY SEIZURES Please find attached details of the ten Access to Information Act (ATI) requests I have filed in an attempt to obtain more information with respect to the number of homes that had their doors kicked and property seized during the High River Flood that […] Read more

NFA’s Third letter to the RCMP Public Complaints Commissioner – September 13

Airdrie, Alberta Mr. Ian McPhail, Q.C., Interim Chair Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP National Intake Office P.O. Box 88689, Surrey, BC V3W 0X1 Dear Mr. McPhail: RE: High River Forced Entry of Homes & Firearms Seizures Reference is being made to my previous letters dated August 12 and August 27, 2013. Since I […] Read more

Letter to the Minister of Public Safety, September 9

Dear Minister Blaney: Subject: Repeal of the former Restricted Weapons Orders 1 and 2: Canada’s National Firearms Association requests that the Conservative government remove the legislative restrictions in the Firearms Act and its related regulations that affect modern sporting long firearms by classing them as restricted, when they should properly be returned to non-restricted status. […] Read more

Letter to the Minister of Public Safety, September 6

Dear Minister Blaney:   Subject: Repeal of Criminal Code Sections 91, 92 and necessary amendments:   Canada’s National Firearms Association requests that the Conservative government remove legislative restrictions in the Firearms Act and its related regulations that are unnecessary and have no effect upon public safety. Sections 91 and 92 of the Criminal Code are […] Read more

Letter to the Minister of Public Safety, September 4

Dear Minister Blaney: Subject: Review and Repeal of Firearms Classification lists: Canada’s National Firearms Association requests that the Conservative government take steps to remove legislative restrictions in the Firearms Act and its related regulations that are unnecessary and have no effect upon public safety. Firearms classification lists fall into this category of arbitrary restrictions on […] Read more

Letter to the Minister of Public Safety, August 30

Dear Minister Blaney: Subject: Repeal of Magazine Capacity Regulations: Canada’s National Firearms Association requests that the Conservative government remove legal restrictions in the Firearms Act and its related regulations that are unnecessary and have no effect upon public safety. The restrictions on magazine capacity are such a regulatory problem. There are tens of thousands of […] Read more

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