Justin Trudeau’s recent actions have been met with criticism from Canadian gun owners and supporters of firearms rights. In response to this, Rebel News, an independent media organization, is seeking support to cover their reporting on this issue. With a goal of $15,000, they have currently raised $10,155 to fund their efforts.
One recent event that garnered significant attention was the United Conservative Party’s annual general meeting held at Calgary’s newly completed BMO Centre. The meeting saw a record-breaking attendance of over 3600 delegates, making it the largest political gathering in Alberta’s history. The outcome of this meeting will have a direct impact on the policies and governance of the province.
One of the key issues discussed at the meeting was firearms rights. Many attendees were eager to see how the party would address this issue, along with tackling crime and addiction recovery. The Honourable Mickey Amery, Minister of Justice and Deputy House Leader, joined the discussions to emphasize the government’s commitment to defending the rights of legal firearms owners and addressing the root causes of firearms violence, such as smuggling and gang activity. He also highlighted the need to take a tough stance on crime and put an end to catch and release practices that allow repeat offenders to roam free.
During the meeting, Rebel News was on location to provide coverage and updates. They interviewed various government officials, including the Deputy Premier and Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Services, the Honourable Mike Ellis. In the exclusive interview, Ellis discussed Alberta’s role as a leader in addressing violent crime and the province’s approach to addiction recovery. He emphasized the need for a compassionate and effective alternative to the so-called “harm-reduction” approach, which he believed has only led to more drugs on the streets and continued addiction.
Another government official, the Honourable Dan Williams, Deputy Government House Leader and Minister of Mental Health and Addiction, expressed his support for the government’s refusal to supply dangerous drugs to addicts. He condemned the practice of enabling addicts and highlighted Bill 3, a piece of legislation that would allow Alberta to take legal action against major pharmaceutical companies involved in creating the opioid crisis.
The overall message from government officials was clear – law-abiding citizens should feel safe, their rights, including firearm rights, should be protected, and addicts should be treated and directed towards recovery rather than enabled in their addictions.
Rebel News promises to continue covering important issues in the coming days, including Alberta’s natural resources, the pushback against the carbon tax, and parental rights. They encourage readers to visit their website, RebelNews.com, for more stories and updates. Additionally, they are urging individuals to take action and sign their petition in support of firearms rights at HandsOffOurGuns.ca. For those interested in efforts to restore law and order in urban centers, they can visit FixOurCities.com.
With the continued support of their readers and donors, Rebel News aims to provide honest and independent reporting on firearms rights and other pressing issues in Canada.