Outdoor Discovery Days 2017

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Malahat Marauders Rendezvous 2017

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Rebirth of AirSoft Discipline

Over the past little while, many members of our range that have driven up to the Multi-Purpose range, will have noticed a bunch of “warriors” running around the clearing down the hill and to the right of the range … and yes, they are shooting at each other … This is the rebirth of the […]

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Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Education (CORE) Sunday 23 July 2017

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VFGPA Volunteer Broom Cutting Party!

  Come up to the range, Saturday, June 3rd 8am – 12pm to rid the range of Scotch Broom! (email RSVP and equip you have to: vicepresident@vfgpa.org or call 250-888-1648)   There will be a FREE LUNCH provided to thanks our volunteers!   §Scotch Broom is an invasive species, and threatens the natural habitat of […]

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Walk In Only Access to Multi-Purpose Range

Multi-Purpose Access Will Be Walk-In Only from Tuesday, April 25th to Friday, April 28th!! We are getting some road re-routing done on the last section of the Multi-Purpose road this week. There will be no access to the MP range by car those days.  It will be walk-in access only. You can park at the […]

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May Newsletter now available

May 2017 Newsletter

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2017 Game Dinner report

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Victoria Town Hall: The Future of Fish and Wildlife

Victoria Town Hall The future of fish and wildlife: Are we losing what makes BC special? The BC Wildlife Federation is concerned about the future of fish and wildlife populations, and future generation’s ability to hunt, fish, camp, and recreate in British Columbia. The Town Hall offers an opportunity to discuss the trends, threats to […]

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Marking of Imported Firearms (Bill C-10A) Regulations

Call to Action Canadian Firearms Marking Regulation On June 1, 2017, the “Marking of Imported Firearms (Bill C-10A) Regulations” will come into effect to implement the UN Firearm Marking protocol. The regulations, as currently drafted, will have a negative impact on Canadians who rely on hunting to feed their families and sports shooters, by significantly […]

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