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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
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NEW HIGH RIVER ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACT REQUESTS FILED

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Wednesday, April 9, 2014
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NEW HIGH RIVER ACCESS TO INFORMATION ACT REQUESTS FILED

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Eighth Letter to RCMP Public Complaints Commissioner - March 24 2014

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Monday, March 24, 2014
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March 24, 2014
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 VEW 0X1

Dear Mr. McPhail:

RE: RCMP ATIP DOCUMENTS RAISE MORE QUESTIONS THAN THEY ANSWER

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Swiss Arms/CZ 858 Amnesty Document

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Monday, March 24, 2014
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Two Year Amnesty Fails to Address Problem with Law

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Thursday, March 20, 2014
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Two Year Amnesty Fails to Address Problem with Law

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NFA Postcard

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Wednesday, March 12, 2014
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Complaint to Information Commissioner - High River General Warrant

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014
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Airdrie, Alberta
March 5, 2014 MY FILE: 053
Ms. Suzanne Legault The Information Commissioner of Canada Place de Ville, Tower B 112 Kent Street, 7th Floor Ottawa, Ontario K1A 1H3


Dear Ms. Legault:

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GOVERNMENT TO INTRODUCE AMNESTY FOR SWISS ARMS RIFLES, OTHERS

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GOVERNMENT TO INTRODUCE AMNESTY FOR SWISS ARMS RIFLES, OTHERS

Minister of Public Safety Steven Blaney has announced an amnesty for owners of prohibited Swiss Arms (SAN) and post 2007 import CZ 858 Rifles.

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Complaint to Information Commissioner - RCMP Cover-up in High River?

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Airdrie, Alberta

March 1, 2014

Ms. Suzanne Legault The Information Commissioner of Canada Place de Ville, Tower B 112 Kent Street, 7th Floor Ottawa, Ontario K1A 1H3

Dear Ms. Legault:

Re: COMPLAINT #1 - RCMP HIGH RIVER FILE: A-2013-04640

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Arizona: Governor Signs Pro-Gun Bill Last Night as Legislature Adjourns

Early this morning, the Arizona Legislature adjourned its 2014 Second Regular Session.  As reported yesterday, House Bill 2535, sponsored by state Representative John Kavanagh (R-23), and Senate Bill 1366, sponsored by state Senator Rick Murphy (R-21), were sent to Governor Jan Brewer (R) for her signature.

Clerk fights off armed criminal, The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas 04/22/14

An armed robber entered Lisa’s Beer and Wine convenience store in Dallas, Texas and ordered the clerk to hand over some money. The clerk complied by giving roughly $300 to the criminal. The robber then ordered the clerk to get on his knees, as the thief took a pack of cigarettes. The clerk responded to this command by retrieving a gun and firing at the criminal, striking him once in the hand and causing him to flee. 

Opposition rising to Colorado gun control laws

More than a year after pushing through through some of the toughest gun control measures in the country, Colorado Democrats are finding it harder than ever to get the state’s residents to get behind them.

Kansas: Gov. Brownback approves bill nullifying local gun regulations

Gov. Sam Brownback has signed legislation nullifying city and county gun restrictions and ensuring that it is legal across the state to openly carry firearms.

Florida: House clears bill to ban insurers from gun-based premiums

With supporters pointing to Second Amendment rights, the Florida House on Tuesday gave final approval to a bill that seeks to prevent insurers from denying coverage or increasing rates based on customers owning guns or ammunition.

Female gun instructors in hot demand

The market for female gun instructors is booming as more women want to learn to shoot -- both for self defense and for sport, said Tina Wilson-Cohen, who owns She Can Shoot, an all-women firearm and self-defense training business in Fairfax, Va.

N.Y. School Reverses Suspension for Student Wearing NRA Shirt

It's not often the Second Amendment scores a victory in the state of New York, but they got one on Tuesday when the Grand Island School district decided to reverse its decision to suspend a student for wearing a T-shirt with the NRA logo.

Virginia: Senate Rejects Governor’s Anti-Gun Amendment

Today, the Virginia Senate rejected Governor Terry McAuliffe’s (D) NRA-opposed amendment to Senate Bill 377 by a 15 to 23 vote.

Louisiana: Gun Control Bill Defeated in House Committee

Today, the House Administration of Criminal Justice Committee voted 8 to 4 to involuntarily defer House Bill 1189, NRA-opposed legislation sponsored by anti-gun state Representative Barbara Norton (D-Shreveport).  As previously reported, HB 1189 would have made it a crime to intentionally expose children, age ten and under, to firearms that were not locked in a container or equipped with a locking device.

Arizona: “Shall Certify” Legislation Passes in Senate, Goes to Governor for Signature

Yesterday, the Arizona Senate passed House Bill 2535 by an 18 to 10 vote.  Introduced by state Representative John Kavanagh (R-23), HB 2535 requires that certification by a chief law enforcement officer (CLEO), when a signoff is required for the transfer of a firearm or other item regulated by the National Firearms Act (NFA), be provided within sixty days as long as the applicant is not prohibited by law from receiving the firearm or other item.
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