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Public Proceedings

Webcast Participant Consultations: Firearm Organizations, Witness: Cst. Greg Wiley

September 6, 2022 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Please note the earlier start time and registration requirement for the afternoon. To listen to live audio from the proceedings, call 1-877-385-4099 (toll-free) and enter code 1742076, followed by the # sign.


  • 8:30am AT | Participant Consultation: Firearm organizations | Watch on our webcast or listen to live audio via the phone line
    • Participant organizations are invited to take part in public discussions about issues and potential ways to make changes based on a shared area of focus including victim advocacy organizations, gender-based organizations, police-related organizations and more
      • Attendees
        • Rod Giltaca, Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights
        • Charles J. Zach, National Firearms Association
        • John Parkin, Manager, Provincial Firearms Program, Department of Justice, Nova Scotia
        • Wendy Cukier, Coalition for Gun Control
        • Rachel Mainville-Dale; Director, Firearms Policy, Public Safety Canada
      • Presenter
  • 1pm AT | RCMP Witness: Cst. Greg Wiley 

What to expect when you register to watch proceedings the afternoon of Tuesday, September 6:

  • You will receive a confirmation email to attend virtually. On Tuesday morning you will receive a Zoom link to watch the proceedings. This will be a webinar link and so your audio or video will not be visible to anyone.
  • A transcript of the September 6 will be made available afterwards for those who cannot attend the live virtual proceedings that day.
  • A video/audio recording of this witness testimony will not be posted. The Commission will not be permitting the dissemination, release or sharing of these proceedings as outlined in the Decision Regarding Rule 43 application on behalf of Cst. Greg Wiley.
  • This means that members of the public and media are not permitted to publish, broadcast, or share recordings of audio or video from September 6, 2022 afternoon proceedings, this includes livestreaming through social media platforms (i.e. Youtube or Facebook). Any breach of the Commission’s order could result in a charge pursuant to s. 127 of the Criminal Code.



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Content Warning: The following video contains scenes including the discharging of firearms causing death. There is a “quick exit” button at the top of the website if you need it, and Wellness Supports are also listed.

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