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  • 1 Feb 2023 8:34 AM | Anonymous

    With the adoption of the new Shooting Federation of Canada (SFC) bylaws the SFC is introducing two new councils.

    The Discipline Council will be made up of discipline specific (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun) experts collaborate with the SFC to put on key events such as National Championships and the Canadian Junior National Championships. The terms of reference can be found here.

    The Provincial/Territorial Shooting Sport Organization (PTSO) Council will be made up of representatives from Canada's provinces and territories to ensure representation across all of Canada. The terms of reference can be found here.

    Both documents are draft documents and the SFC encourages those with thoughts on the documents to email admin@sfc-ftc.ca with suggestions.

  • 24 Jan 2023 1:50 PM | Anonymous

    The Shooting Federation of Canada (SFC) is hiring a summer student through the Ontario Summer Experience program. The student will be working as the SFC's Try It Days Coordinator tasked with developing a pilot program that will increase awareness and access to the shooting sports.

    Full job description can be found here

    Location is flexible and position can be done from home but the successful applicant must be within Ontario with travel required.

    Position will run May 15-Aug 18

    Wage will be between $16-18 dependent on qualifications

    Email resumes to Susan Verdier (sverdier@sfc-ftc.ca). Interviews will be conducted in late February-early March and position will remain open until successfully filled.

  • 17 Jan 2023 10:05 AM | Kindbom (Administrator)

    Exemptions permitting only elite-level athletes to purchase and possess target shooting firearms could spell the end of the sport across the country

    Read complete story below:


  • 16 Jan 2023 3:20 PM | Kindbom (Administrator)

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  • 16 Jan 2023 2:00 PM | Anonymous

    The Shooting Federation of Canada would like to make members aware of the quarterly and annual reports that the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner (OSIC) publish. Links to the reports in English and French can be found on our Safe Sport webpage.

    On December 31 the Shooting Federation of Canada became a signatory of Abuse Free Sport which give members access to the OSIC.

  • 13 Jan 2023 9:00 AM | Kindbom (Administrator)

    Interesting article from the IOC

    Once again, the sport will return to the Olympic programme for Paris 2024.

    Find out everything you need to know about the number of athletes, stars to watch and pathway to the qualification below.

    Demanding immense precision and focus, shooting first appeared as one of the nine sports that were featured at the Olympic Games Athens 1896. Apart from St Louis 1904 and Amsterdam 1928, it has been a mainstay at every edition of the Olympic Games since.

    While the shooting competition at Athens 1896 consisted of only five events, the Paris 2024 competition will include 15 rifle, pistol and shotgun events for men and women.

     How many athletes will compete in shooting at Paris? 2024?

    In total, 170 men and 170 women will compete in shooting at Paris 2024. The total of 340 shooters is slightly less than the 360 shooters that competed at Tokyo 2020, which was held in 2021.

    Learn More
  • 6 Jan 2023 1:15 PM | Anonymous

    The Shooting Federation of Canada congratulates the following athletes for fulfilling the 2023 Athlete Assistance Program criteria to earn funding for the 2023 calendar year:

    Olympic carded athletes:

    1. Lindsay Boddez (SR)~ Trap
    2. Richard McBride (SR) ~ Skeet
    3. Greg Sych (SR) ~ 3P Rifle
    4. Yanka Vasileva (SR) ~ Air Pistol
    5. Trysten Curran Routledge (SR) ~ Skeet

    Paralympic carded athletes:

    1. Lyne Tremblay (SR) ~ Rifle SH2
    2. Doug Blessin (SR) ~ Rifle SH2

    Read the official announcement here. Carding criteria for 2024 will be published in early 2023.

  • 1 Jan 2023 12:00 AM | Kindbom (Administrator)

    Wishing everyone a safe and successful 2023. Hope everyone hits all their targets this year.

  • 19 Dec 2022 9:00 AM | Kindbom (Administrator)

    Please note our team is working on reduced hours over the holiday period. Regular office hours will resume on January 4, 2023.

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