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Conventional wisdom may say it’s taboo to talk about politics, but it has such an influence on fishing and hunting that, for us, it’s hard to ignore ahead of the September 20, 2021 federal election. A lot has changed around us since the last election, but our priorities for fishing, hunting, and broader conservation remain
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The OFAH has developed a series of resources to challenge myths with facts and help better inform the general public, media, and decision-makers about how firearms policy changes and proposals are impacting Canadians. These resources will also help firearms owners share important messages with elected officials in Ottawa, Toronto, and their local Municipal Councils. The
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Nothing gets OFAH members more fired up than government restrictions on firearms. And there sure isn’t any shortage of firearms restrictions these days. The OFAH has been involved in firearms issues for decades, working on behalf of our members and supporters. We helped lead the charge against the wasteful long-gun registry and our staff, local
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The introduction of Bill C-21, An Act to amend certain Acts and to make certain consequential amendments (firearms), in the House of Commons on February 16 included a provision that would allow municipalities to establish handgun bylaws. The creation of a mechanism for municipal handgun ban doesn’t come as a surprise, as the federal government
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UPDATE: Here are some introductory Frequently Asked Questions for Firearms Bill C-21, which was introduced in the House of Commons on Feb. 16, 2021.   On Feb. 16 the Government of Canada introduced Bill C-21, An Act to amend certain Acts and to make certain consequential amendments (firearms), in the House of Commons. This Bill
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When the federal government announced a sweeping ban on 1,500 types of firearms on May 1, 2020, the firearms community was left frustrated and looking for answers. The OFAH has spent countless hours working every angle in an effort to seek clarity and obtain the answers that firearms owners needed. In lockstep, we also began
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