Pumpkin Shoot is set for Sunday November 3rd

Mark your calendars for November 3rd for our annual Pumpkin Shoot, one of our most popular club events of the year. Between 11-2pm destroy pumpkins (or other surplus vegetables?) with your firearms in a safely supervised environment with our range officers and volunteers. Bring your own pumpkins or purchase them. Proceeds of day cards, donations,…

Rivers and Trails Day 2019

  Thank you for coming! Thanks to those who braved the soggy conditions to meet our hatchery volunteers this morning at the Rivers and Trails festival at Lions Park. Those who made it were put to work releasing hundreds of Coho smolts into the nearby creek where the little fish did not care at all…

The upcoming Federal Election and your club

On October 21, 2019 Canada will be going to the polls in the Federal Election. Canadian citizens will have the right to pick new representatives to send to Ottawa. During the campaign you have the right to question and ask candidates why they would best represent your interests. By tradition, your club leadership wishes PCDHFC to…

Ranges Closed October 2nd for Industry Event

All Ranges, The Club House and the Trap House will be closed on October 1-2, 2019 for a closed Industry Event serving local law enforcement. We apologize for any inconvenience to our members and users. Proceeds of the rental will go to our operating budget. Archery trail use will be cancelled for the day of…

2019 IPSC Provincials is now wrapped!

The 2019 IPSC Provincials are now a wrap thanks to the hard work of Match Directors Adam Brawn, Alastair Hesp and their dedicated team of volunteers. Over 200 shooters from around the Province and elsewhere fought through what proved to be a very technical and demanding match that encouraged good marksmanship and planning. Our congratulations…

Be wary of cougars

BE ADVISED this photo was taken on Burke Mountain not far from our archery trails. Young cougars who are searching for territory and are inexperienced hunters could represent a threat to people. Pay attention to your surroundings, mind your children and pets. REPORT any cougar sightings to a range officer and to the office.