Bill C-68 is introduced by the federal government. Bruce and Donna begin actively protesting throughout Canada.
Bruce allows his firearms licence to expire without renewal.
Bruce allows his firearms acquisition certificate to expire.
Donna allows her firearms licences to expire without renewal.
OPP arrest Bruce at a gun show in Kenora, ON.
Bruce is charged with 53 firearms offences and Donna is charged with three firearms offences.
Ontario’s Civil Remedies for Illicit Activities (CRIA) office seeks a preservation order against the Montague’s home.
Bruce is convicted of 26 firearms related offences and Donna is convicted of a single firearms related offence.
Ontario’s CRIA office initiates civil forfeiture proceedings against the Montague’s home.
Ontario’s CRIA office offers to settle if the Montagues pay $50,000 into a “Special Purpose Account” and agree not to disseminate in any fashion the terms of the settlement.
All criminal appeals are exhausted.
The Montagues and Ontario’s CRIA office reach a settlement that dismisses the civil forfeiture application against the Montague’s home and does not include the $50,000 payment or a gag clause.