October 10, 2006
PRESS RELEASE : Firearms Activist Prepares to Dismantle Firearms Act in
Toronto lawyer Calvin Martin will be arguing the constitutionality of the
flawed Canadian Firearms Act October 16-20 in the Superior Court in Kenora,
The stakes are high. If Mr. Martin succeeds, Canada's gun laws will be
gutted. If he fails, firearms activist Bruce Montague could face over ten
years in prison and millions of Canadian firearms owners, not currently in
compliance with federal firearms laws, will have to decide what to do next.
Given the Crown's actions in this case the decision may not be pre-ordained.
Stalling and intimidation tactics escalated to seizing the family home in an
attempt to deny the Montagues the money they need to fight against a
government legal team paid for out of the deep pockets of the Canadian
Who: Bruce and Donna Montague, Calvin Martin QC, Government of Canada
What: Constitutional Challenge to Canada's firearms laws
Why: Millions of firearms owners have chosen civil disobedience rather than
surrender to Canada's firearms laws; Bruce Montague was charged for his
When: October 16 to October 20, 2006.
Where: Superior Court, Kenora, Ontario.
For further information, visit our website at www.BruceMontague.ca or phone
Bruce directly at (807) 937-2197.
Clive Edwards (Director, Montague charter challenge).
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