On May 30, 2022, the Prime Minister of Canada announced a sweeping new gun control bill, Bill C-21, which will have a large impact on individual firearm ownership. The most important thing to know about this Bill is that it is not yet law.
We are pleased to announce that effective August 14 of this year, we will be able to resume delivering the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) and the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course (CRFSC) after approval was given by the Chief Firearms Officer of Ontario. In March, like many businesses and activities, all training was suspended due […]
The Chief Firearms Officer of Ontario has authorized a higher amount for CFSC and CRFSC course fees in the province, effective February 14, 2019. The price increase coincides with increases to the cost to instructors for purchasing the examinations. GTAGunSafety.com, like other businesses and individuals offering the CFSC and CRFSC courses, has decided to increase […]
The corporate website for Wellesley Consulting Services, which operates GTAGunSafety.com, has had a major redesign and relaunch announced today. We have improved the overall look and navigation of our corporate site and made it easier to find information about our employment opportunities, company information, and our brand new company Kit Shop! The Kit Shop has […]
To mark Cyber Monday, GTAGunSafety.com is offering our steepest discount yet on all our Firearm Safety (CFSC/CRFSC) and Hunter Education Courses – a whopping 33% OFF all our remaining 2015 courses, and available 2016 courses. This offer runs for today only, November 30, 2015. To take advantage of this once-a-year discount opportunity, sign up for […]
Our Firearms Business Directory isn’t new — but the ability to leave reviews and comments on the listings is. And in an effort to get readers reviewing, we are running an awesome giveaway promo all summer.
The Chief Firearms Officer (CFO) for Ontario has announced a change in the age policy for students wishing to take the Canadian Restricted Firearms Safety Course. This policy change took effect on July 17, 2015, and has been communicated to all certified Ontario firearms instructors through the Firearms Safety Education Service of Ontario (FSESO). All […]