They currently have 3 important petitions that are being presented by members of parlement and the national assembly of Quebec… It is important to unite our voices and tell government our concerns… The three petitions:

The AR-15 petition!

A  petition to the government to remove the restricted classification of the AR-15 platform. It is long overdue that we are allowed to enjoy our ARs in the same way we enjoy our other non restricted long guns.

The Quebec Long Gun Registry!

If you are a resident of Quebec, you must sign this one. Quebec government has set-out to create a long gun registry that is bound to be used as an example by other provinces to tax gun ownership. This is a total waste of tax money and a complete overreach…

Code Property Rights in the Constitution!

Property rights are the basis on which all other rights rest. Gun rights are especially difficult to defend in abscence of a codified property rights. Property is sacred and here Shawn Bevins et Bob Zimmer are petitioning the government to amend the constitution to add protection of our property rights. An interesting read and a worthy cause to support.

The Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights is a volunteer organization representing the Canadian firearm owning community. There vision is to maintain, protect and promote private firearm ownership. They will accomplish this vision by engaging in the following efforts:

Inform and educate the Canadian public about current firearm laws and regulations and their effect on our society.
Provide support and accurate information to media and government concerning firearm issues, policies and regulations including social impacts.
Promote human rights in Canada as they apply to defense of persons and property rights.
Promote in an inclusive nature, all firearm related activities and culture in Canada.

They aim to represent law-abiding firearm owners in a fair and reputable way therefore becoming the most effective organization of its kind in Canada.

For more info, contact them at:

info@firearmrights.ca