Montreal SPCA Disappointed by City’s Adoption of New By-Law

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Montreal SPCA Disappointed by City’s Adoption of New By-Law

On 27 September 2016, in Articles, News, by Anita Kapuscinska

 

14448900_1221975257823674_7385285294479251344_nMontreal, September 27 2016 – The Montreal SPCA, like many Montreal citizens, is disappointed but not surprised, by the adoption today by the city council of the new animal control by-law targeting specific dog breeds. The Montreal SPCA maintains that there are proven ways to reduce the incidence and severity of dog bites and create safer and kinder communities for all. If the city of Montreal truly wanted to ensure public safety, it would not have forced a rushed adoption of controversial legislation which is unfair, unenforceable, and, most importantly, ineffective. We are currently continuing to engage in discussions with our borough partners and are exploring all potential avenues.

If you too are preoccupied by this situation, please sign and share the Montreal SPCA’s petition and letter to Mayor Coderre and Minister Coiteux at www.saferkindercommunities.com

 

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