Bill C-71 Meeting with Conservative MP

The Yukon Party Official Opposition  will be hosting Conservative MP Blaine Calkins who is here to gather your input regarding Bill C-71 which proposes changes to the  current firearms legislation.

This is an opportunity for Yukoners to have their concerns heard. You are invited to attend the meeting on Sunday June 10, 2018 at the Gold Rush Inn, in the General Store Meeting Room at 2 pm.




Registered Trap Shoot 2018

Trap shooters of all skill levels! Come out and enjoy yourself  Saturday & Sunday June 9 & 10, 2018. As a registered trap shoot participants must have a current PITA (Pacific International Trap Association) membership. Available at the event.

Be prepared to shoot up to 300 birds each day. Shoot some of it or all of it. Singles, Doubles and Handicap.

Shooting starts at 10:00 AM

Centre fire rifle range available to members AFTER 5 PM

e-Petition Weblink

Anyone interested in signing the e-petition (#1608) regarding the recently proposed Bill C-71, An Act to amend certain Acts and Regulations in relation to firearms, can connect by copying the following link into your web browser This e-petition is available until July 26, 2018.

Leave no one behind

It doesn’t happen too often, but when it does, it is a concern.

Members in good standing who have participated in the range orientation and who have been issued a key to the gates are reminded that with this privilege comes responsibility. One aspect of this responsibility requires that the member who is leaving the range must check the property to ensure that no unauthorized individuals are present before locking the gates. Anyone who is not a member or who is not in possession of a gate key must be asked to leave before the property is secured.

The expectation is that the member who is leaving someone on the property has verified that the individual who remains is a member with a gate key. In this situation the exiting member is essentially transferring the responsibility for closing up to the other member.

Locking someone in creates risk for that individual and also to the gun club property. It only takes a couple of minutes to do a perimeter check before you leave. Please do your part.