Bruce Montague
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This Case Epilogue written February 1, 2017 is intended to provide context to this web site as it documents a Canadian constitutional challenge spanning from 2004 to 2016. Bruce Montague determined to expose the constitutional violations in the Canadian Firearms Act. After being charged, mounting a constitutional challenge and appealing to the Supreme Court of Canada, Montague's case was dismissed without reasons. With Bruce in jail, the Montagues then faced an another twist of injustice -- the confiscation of their home and property by the Ontario government. The Montagues fought the civil forfeiture of their home for years until, in the summer of 2016, the Canadian Constitution Foundation was instrumental in negotiating with the Ontario Civil Forfeiture department to drop the lien against the Montague home. The Canadian Constitution Foundation deserves our support as they continue to fight other cases of injustice around the country. YOU COULD BE NEXT! Canada is undergoing a quiet revolution and your fundamental rights and freedoms are at stake!
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Mr. Chris Bentley
Attorney General for Ontario,


I am writing in regard to the AG's action against Bruce and Donna Montague, Dryden, Ontario. Bruce and I met in College (1979) and have been friends ever since that time. I find it reprehensible that the AG's office is using a piece of legislation designed to punish people who make their living through criminal means against the Montagues.

I watched them live a Spartan lifestyle after moving to Dryden. I visited them in the beat-up mobile home they purchased with the proceeds of their home and business sale in St. Jacobs.

It was amazing to me that they lived in the pole barn Bruce built one summer while Bruce built the foundation of their home. Then lived in the foundation while he hand built the home. I remember 3 children sharing one very small bedroom and the leaks in the ceiling when the tar paper roof got punctured by wood chips. They bought and paid for things they needed when they had the money. It is not a crime not to have a mortgage.

People of privilege can not and will not be able to comprehend this lifestyle of avoiding debt where ever and when ever possible.

Proceeds of crime? Only if hard work, saving, scrimping, denying ones self the things people normally take for granted is a crime: no cable, no satellite, no cell phone. All these things take money. Proceeds of crime? I think not.

Stop this insanity. Please.


Lance Redbourne

200 McKeen Street
Fredericton, NB

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