Premier Jason Kenney is going to appoint a Chief Firearms Officer accountable to Albertans.
As part of the change, the Alberta Firearms Advisory Committee seeks input from Alberta gun owners on how to best assert provincial authority on firearms issues.
The Alberta Firearms Advisory Committee, chaired by Brooks-Medicine Hat MLA, Michaela Glasgo, invites you to share your thoughts on the recently announced Government of Canada changes to firearms ownership.
This survey is part of the process to develop recommendations on how the province of Alberta can better assert itself in areas of provincial jurisdiction, while still respecting the long history of responsible firearms ownership by law-abiding Albertans.
It should take you 10 – 15 minutes to complete this survey. All responses are anonymous.
This information is being collected under section 33 (c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and will be protected under the provisions of the Act.
If you have any questions about the survey, please email [email protected]
The Alberta Firearms Advisory Committee is also hosting two Telephone Town Hall meetings. Register for one or both sessions using the links below:
The Alberta Firearms Advisory Committee will:
- hear concerns about the federal government’s firearms legislation from stakeholders in Alberta
- provide recommendations on how provincial policies can best support law-abiding gun owners while keeping Albertans safe
The committee will submit their final report to the minister of Justice and Solicitor General in anticipation of further changes to federal firearms legislation.