Canadian Patriot Podcast Episode 25 – Senate bill S-223 and news


This week Gavin, Jeff, and Andrew discuss; Senate bill S-223, liberals burying Canada’s history, they aren’t you kids they belong to the state, Maryam Monsef MP plays the race card, new pot laws are up in smoke.

Episode 25 Show Notes


Hello to all of our listeners out there in podcast land, and welcome to episode 25 of the Canadian Patriot Podcast, recorded April 25, 2016.

Gavin – “ a business owner, gun enthusiast, hunter, atheist and host of the Greater Toronto Area chapter of the Tactical Beard Owners Club

Jeff – a married father of one, working as a skilled trade in the construction industry. He has been an avid firearms enthusiast for the last 5 years. He enjoys competing in IPSC, ORA, 3Gun and Cowboy Action Shooting. Jeff is on the board of directors at his gun club.

… and I’€™m your host Andrew – I’m a libertarian, competitive shooter, gear reviewer at, and gun club director

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What are we drinking?

Gavin – Bundaberg rum

Jeff – Macallan 17 year old scotch

Andrew – Block  King Street Saison

Topic –  S-223

Canadian firearms expert predicts €œmassive non-compliance with new law

Bill S-223 UPDATE: Senator so €œclueless about firearms, hunting, she doesn’t even know what €œvenison€ is

Senate Bill S-223Update

mandatory retirement age of 75 in April 22 2016

On Friday 28 May 2015, Hervieux-Payette sent an email to the Speaker of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Commons, all Senators and all Members of Parliament complaining bout the presence of armed police officers at the doors into the Senate. She stated, “In my opinion, it is a serious mistake to arm police officers with these weapons. No matter what, the first victims of an attack will probably be police officers, because people who wish to do harm do not give advance notice. Security that relies on firepower has proven to be ineffective, and millions of Americans have paid the price for this false assumption with their lives.” The letter went on  to conclude that because the attacker on 22 October was killed by the Sergeant at Arms and not police, the presence of armed police was therefore unnecessary.


Spiteful Liberals burying Canadian history


Winnipeg mom investigated for letting her kids play in backyard

‘Disturbing behaviour’: B.C. mom warned over children playing outside


A look at our MP’s first six months in Ottawa

Maryam Monsef Brought Justice Minister’s ‘Race’ Into Debate: Tory MP


Pot law coming next spring: Health Minister Jane Philpott

Trudeau Rules Out Decriminalizing Pot Before Making It Legal

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