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  • 14 Sep 2023 21:57 | Anonymous

    Berm remediation at Milo has concluded for the season.  The Milo range has now fully reopened 7 days a week.

  • 23 Jul 2023 20:27 | Anonymous

    The October 15 PRS match at Milo has been CANCELLED.

  • 23 Jul 2023 20:26 | Anonymous

    Ranges 1, 2, 9 and archery have reopened.

    Ranges 3-8, 10 (shotgun) and 11-15 remain closed to allow additional time for watering.

  • 25 Jun 2023 22:47 | Anonymous

    Berm Remediation

    Over the last several years, the berms at Milo have experienced significant erosion.  In order to correct this, and prevent it from happening in the future, a contractor has been hired to reshape berms and some of the surrounding terrain.

    In order to have this work completed as quickly and safely as possible, the Milo range will be CLOSED from July 9 to July 22, with regular member access resuming on July 23.

    July 8-Stage Steel Challenge

    The closure for berm remediation will impact the July 8-Stage Steel Challenge, which is currently scheduled for July 15.  This match has now been cancelled.  If you are interested in attending a rescheduled match in August, please contact pistol so we can gauge interest.

  • 19 Jan 2023 00:36 | Anonymous

    As of January 2023, PAL cards will be issued with a new design.


  • 24 Nov 2022 20:55 | Anonymous

    The Liberal government has introduced an amendment to Bill C-21 which will ban a significant number of common semi-automatic firearms in Canada, such as:

    • M1 Garand
    • SKS and variants
    • Ruger PC Carbine
    • All B&T Models
    • AR180 variants, including the WK-180, WS-MCR, and similar
    • GSG-16
    • Numerous Shotguns

    The CCFR has published the proposed amendment, including the updated list of prohibited firearms.

    The CDTSA board strongly recommends that you understand the impact of this proposal.  If this legislation passes, it will severely impact the future of shooting sports in Canada.

    What can we do?

    The CCFR is currently recommending a letter writing campaign.  Please check their website for details.

    Additionally, check CDTSA News where we will provide further updates as information becomes available to us.

    Nov 25 Update:

    The Government of Alberta has released a statement on the proposed expansion of the firearms ban in Bill C-21.

    Nov 28 Update:

    Calibre Magazine has provided a set of form letters.

    Dec 15 Update:

    The Alberta Government will be changing the protocol that crown prosecutors use when determining whether or not they will proceed with charges related the possession of firearms made prohibited in the May 1, 2020 OIC.

    Minister Shandro has also stated that if Bill C-21 becomes law, the protocol could be expanded to cover those firearms as well.



    Jan 10 Update:

    It appears that the confiscation program will be starting in PEI.  The Trudeau government wanted to start taking firearms in December, but seems to be having trouble finding anyone to administer the program.


    Jan 11 Update:

    The Liberals are now claiming that there won't be a pilot for the confiscation program in PEI.


    Jan 26 Update:

    The CCFR has launched scrapc21.ca to fight C-21.  Please visit this site and participate in the fight against Bill C-21.

    Feb 3 Update:

    The Liberal government has withdrawn amendments G4 and G46.  While this is generally a good thing, the fight is still far from over.  The handgun freeze is still in effect and there's no reason to believe the Liberals won't try to replace G4 and/or G46 with something else.


    May 1 Update:

    The Liberal government has promised new amendments to C-21.  These amendments will likely be tabled during tomorrow's SECU meeting.

    May 2 Update:

    The government has begun tabling their amendments to the SECU committee.

    May 6 Update:

    The Liberals have given notice of a C-21 motion they will may on Monday morning.  They are expanding the scope of C-21, and also introduce time allocation for the bill.


    If this passes, C-21 will leave the committee by the end of the week.

    Email your MPs.  Email the SECU committee members to register your disapproval of both the bill and this motion.


    May 9 Update:

    The Liberal-NDP coalition has invoked closure on the debate of C-21.  There are only two more meetings left before the bill leaves the SECU committee and goes to the senate.

    June Update:

    C-21 has passed third reading in the House of Commons and has been sent to the senate.  On June 21st, the bill passed second reading and has been sent to the Standing Senate Committee on National Security, Defence and Veterans Affairs.  Both chambers are now in summer recess, so there is unlikely to be further developments on the bill until September.

  • 22 Nov 2022 21:05 | Anonymous

    If you would like to check your auto-renewal status, or renew manually, please follow these instructions:

    1. Log in to your membership profile using the "Log In" link on the top right-hand corner of this page, or by clicking here.
    2. From your profile page, you will be able to check whether auto-renewal is:
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      2. Disabled: 

    If auto-renewals are enabled on your profile, you can let the automated process take place automatically on January 1st.  If you would like to renew ahead of time, you may click the "Stop recurring payments" button to disable auto-renewals and follow the manual renewal process.

    Note that you must stop recurring payments in order to change membership levels (for example, changing from individual to family membership) for the 2023 year.

    Manual Renewal Process:

    1. Click on the "Renew to 1 Jan 2024" button.
    2. Confirm that your membership information is correct.  Once complete, click the "Update and next" button.
    3. Review and confirm your payment information.  If you choose "Invoice me", an invoice will be sent to your email address on file.  Please send a cheque to the club at your earliest convenience.  If you choose "Pay online", you will be prompted for payment card information.
  • 14 Oct 2022 22:53 | Anonymous

    The governments of Manitoba and New Brunswick have joined Alberta and Saskatchewan in opposition to using police resources for the Trudeau Government's plan to confiscate legally-owned firearms after the May 1, 2020 OIC.


  • 28 Sep 2022 14:35 | Anonymous

    Today, the Saskatchewan government announced that it will not use provincial money to administer or enforce the buyback program that is part of the Trudeau government's May 1, 2020 gun ban.

    Sask. government pulling money away from federal gun buyback

  • 26 Sep 2022 14:00 | Anonymous

    The Government of Alberta has applied to intervene in the Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights (CCFR)'s fight against the Trudeau Government's May 1, 2020 firearms ban.

    We are very pleased by this development and thank the Government of Alberta, and the Chief Firearms Officer of Alberta, for their stance against the ban and their support for the lawful use of firearms in our province.

    You can read more about this development on the CCFR's website, and view the Government of Alberta's press conference on YouTube.

    This kind of legal action is very expensive.  Please consider supporting the CCFR's fight for our firearms by donating to their legal fund.

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