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  • 12 Nov 2022 9:00 AM | Kindbom (Administrator)


    Draw is open to the general public and no donation is necessary (ex. Quebec due to legal restrictions).

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  • 27 Oct 2022 8:00 AM | Kindbom (Administrator)

    Please be advised that Canadian law now requires export and import permits for firearms, related goods and ammunition for travel to and from competitions overseas (except the US).

    SFC has published guidelines to assist members in the application process






  • 22 Oct 2022 10:00 AM | Kindbom (Administrator)

    Rod Boll, former national team member and Olympian, posthumously inducted into Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.

     Learn more here:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LorEhU81dI&feature=share


  • 12 Oct 2022 3:50 AM | Anonymous

    The High Performance Committee has released the newly approved version of the Major Games Criteria for the remainder of the Paris 2024 Olympic Quadrennial. This document has been reviewed and approved by the Canadian Olympic Committee and can now be viewed on the High Performance page here.

  • 12 Oct 2022 3:50 AM | Anonymous

    2023 High Performance Team Trials (HPTT) details have now been announced. Please remember attendance is mandatory for those hoping to make the 2024 High Performance Team, and that HPTT is stage 1 of the Pan Am Games trials.

    Jun 7-11, 2023 - Trap and Skeet - Winnipeg Trap & Skeet Club

    Jun 14-19, 2023 – Rifle and Pistol – Saskatoon Wildlife Federation

  • 4 Oct 2022 5:00 PM | Kindbom (Administrator)

    Australia announced the shooting sports are to be included in the 2026 Commonwealth Games. (read the full story here https://bit.ly/3SXUL2C

    SFC president Sandra Honour states:

    " I am very glad that shooting sports will be included in the 2026 Commonwealth Games and congratulate Shooting Australia for its efforts; that the SFC fully supported. Unfortunately due to pressures of athlete numbers and facility requirements, several key shooting sports are not included in 2026. It is unfortunate that the big bore rifle events have not been included as the CWG is their major games. SFC stands ready to partner with the  Dominion of Canada Rifle Association,  Commonwealth Sport Canada and the event bid organization for HAMILTON 2030 to confirm that several ranges near Hamilton are capable and willing of hosting the majority of the historic shooting events and will endeavor to work towards more shooting sports to be included if Hamilton is the successful host. "

  • 3 Oct 2022 3:00 PM | Kindbom (Administrator)

    The Shooting Federation is grateful to Raven Crew Productions  and LTC Adventures (Richmond BC) for their support in the creation of this video filmed during the 2022 Canadian National Trapshooting Championships (ISSF)

    https://vimeo.com/751921132/567ddd02da


    Raven Crew Productions: https://ravencrew.com/

  • 29 Sep 2022 9:42 AM | Anonymous

    The High Performance Committee is proud to announce the group of athlete named to represent Canada at the 2022 CAT Games. The team list can be named here. CAT (Confederaciòn Americana de Tiro) Games is the ISSF continental championship of the Americas, a qualifying event for the 2023 Santiago Pan Am Games, and a qualifying event for the 2024 Paris Olympics. More details on the qualification system can be found on the High Performance Page here.

  • 29 Sep 2022 8:00 AM | Kindbom (Administrator)


    September 25 to October 1, 2022 marks the second annual Concussion Awareness Week in Canada!

    The objective of this week is to increase concussion awareness by providing Canadians with access to the latest information, research, and tools to be able to prevent, recognize and properly manage concussions. It is an opportunity to showcase the innovative pan-Canadian work being done by stakeholders.

    Since 2015, PCH (Sport Canada), in partnership with our colleagues at the Public Health Agency of Canada, along with provincial and territorial counterparts and the sport and education sectors, have made great progress in the area of concussion in sport.

    I invite you to continue the important work currently underway within each of your organizations with having policies that includes sport-specific protocols harmonized with the latest Canadian Guideline on Concussion in Sport; the implementation of activities to prevent concussions in sport, specifically in the areas of rules of the game, training methods, and behaviors; and ensure greater alignment of concussion resources, including return-to sport protocols, with their Provincial/Territorial Sport organizations.

    Further advances are still needed to prevent concussion and to learn what to do if you or someone within your organization or membership sustains a hit to the head. Concussion Awareness Week is a reminder to be mindful, all year long, that concussion is a public health issue and is an injury that must be taken seriously. As with other injuries, the proper steps taken towards healing can prepare the ground for a safe return to sport, to cognitive and learning activities.

    Get the word out and access informative resources and tools at the following websites:

     


  • 28 Sep 2022 9:00 AM | Kindbom (Administrator)

    The Shooting Federation of Canada is deeply saddened by the loss of Doug Ratcliffe on August 24, 2022. We offer our most sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family. His dedication and devotion to target shooting will be remembered with deep affection and gratitude.


    DOUGLAS RATCLIFFE (1954-2022)

    OBITUARY

    It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of our dear father Douglas John Ratcliffe on August 24, 2022.
    Doug leaves behind his three daughters; Tammy (Arthur), Angela and Kimberly (Craig) his grandchildren Jacob, Brooklyn, Emerson, Taylor, Chase and Trent.
    Survived by his father John Ratcliffe, siblings Alan (Debby), Norman (Tracey), Marian (the late Keith) and Gordon. Predeceased by his beloved mother Roberta, brother Richard and his friend and mother of his children, Ann.
    Doug was an amazing father and grandfather who never missed a family celebration. He was a devoted member of the Pioneer Sportsman Club with countless years of volunteer service. He was a strong stoic man of little words who will be greatly missed.
    Family and friends are invited to join us for a Celebration of Life at the Newfoundland Club, 1500 Dunbar Road, Cambridge Ontario on Sunday October 16th, 1pm until 5pm with Words of Sharing at 2pm.

    Link




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