Dominion of Canada Rifle Association

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Dominion of Canada Rifle Association
Dominion of Canada Rifle Association (coat of arms).gif
Dominion of Canada Rifle Association Logo
Motto Vis Unitas Fortior
(United Strength is Stronger)
Formation April 1, 1868
Headquarters Ottawa, Ontario
Official languages English
Website www.dcra.ca

The Dominion of Canada Rifle Association (DCRA) was founded in 1868 and incorporated by an Act of Parliament 63-64 Victoria Chapter 99, assented to July 7, 1890, to promote and encourage the training of marksmanship throughout Canada.[1]

Mission[edit]

As the national governing body for fullbore target shooting, to promote and support the pursuit of excellence in military and civilian marksmanship as a positive and significant contribution to Canada, to shooting sports and the safe handling of firearms.[2]

Dominion of Canada Rifle Association team at Bisley, 1905

Provincial Rifle Associations[edit]

The provincial rifle associations are:[3]

Others

See also[edit]

Canada
International

References[edit]

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