100m and 50m Range Temporary Closure
Authorization to Transport Changes
A change has recently come into force to the Firearms Act as part of Bill C-71, An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms. The change has resulted in the removal of the following conditions related to the transport of restricted/prohibited firearms from your licence:
If you wish to transport your restricted/prohibited firearm for one of the above purposes, you must apply for an Authorization to Transport to your Chief Firearms Officer. To contact your Chief Firearms Officer, please call 1 800 731-4000.
All affected licence holders will be mailed a formal notification of the changes to the Authorizations to Transport, including your current updated licence conditions.
COVID-19 Update – Restrictions/Masks
Please ensure you have one with you, as we will not be providing them to you.
Thank you for your understanding.
Meet Your 2021 Executive
President: John B. Robinson
Vice-President: Bryon Crossman
Archery: Gordon Porter
Black Powder: Bryan Theriau
Cowboy Action: Sean Wheeler
Handgun: Tom Baker
Rifle: Paul Comeau
Shotgun: Shawn Starratt
Directors : Len Myers, Simon Poole, Steve Graves, Wanda Starratt.
Secretary: Michelle Selby
Treasurer : Carrie Hemmings
Safety: Karl Hayes
Membership: Jenn Myers
Education: Bryon Crossman
Lock Combination Change
Questions and Answers
Will the combination be the same for the gate and the club house?
How will I be notified about combination changes?
All combination changes will be communicated by email to the email address we have on file. It is your responsibility to ensure the contact information we have on file is up to date.
If you are currently not receiving email communication for at least one member on your membership the combination will be mailed to you ahead of the change.
I don’t receive any email from the club. How can I fix this?
Can I share the combination with non-members?
Much like sharing or lending your key to a non-member, this is strictly prohibited. If you are caught doing so you will face disciplinary action.
Can probationary members visit the club without a full member?
No. Probationary members are prohibited from visiting the club without another full member in attendance. If you are caught doing so you will face disciplinary action.