The Government of Canada has tabled Bill C-21, which includes a ‘freeze’ on the purchase, sale, importation and transfer of handguns and introduces more stringent firearms legislation. Since the announcement, there have been many questions about the potential impact of the handgun ‘freeze’ on the delivery of the CRFSC. As of now, nothing has changed. More…
All CFSC/CRFSC Courses to Resume in Ontario
Effective January 31, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. Ontario begins the process of gradually easing restrictions while maintaining protective measures. This means courses are now open and can run with limited capacity. You can check to see if courses are running in your area by visiting https://fseso.org/courses/
MANDATORY SUSPENSION OF CFSC/CRFSC COURSES AND EXAMS IN ALL REGIONS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 5, 2022.
In response to recent trends that show an increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations, the Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, is temporarily moving the province into a modified Step Two of its Roadmap to Reopen. As a result of this change, all CFSC and CRFSC courses and examinations will be suspended More…
Impact of the Ontario Government’s Proof of Vaccine Requirement on CFSC/CRFSC courses
Update – March 1, 2022Proof of vaccination requirements have been lifted in Ontario. Businesses and organizations may choose to require proof of vaccination upon entry. The Chief Firearms Office of Ontario and the FSESO do not have a policy requiring instructors or students to show proof of vaccination to take part in the CFSC or More…
The FSESO.org has a new look!
We have been working hard over the past months to bring an improved website design to the FSESO.org website. We are excited to launch our new look and hope you enjoy an improved experience on our site. You can also look forward to more upgrades and new features to the website coming soon!