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Montreal, September 27th 2019 – A small delegation from the Montreal SPCA will participate in the climate march this afternoon in Montreal*. “We are walking today not only for the future of humanity, but also for the animals with whom we share the planet. They are often the first affected by climate change. It is only natural for us to join this historic gathering,” says Élise Desaulniers, Executive Director of the organization, who will be available to answer questions from the media.
- What: The Montreal SPCA walks for the climate
- When: Friday, September 27th 2019
- Where: near the Bixi bike station at the corner of Parc and Mont-Royal avenues, southeast corner.
- Who: Élise Desaulniers, Executive Director at the Montreal SPCA, will be available for interviews upon request.
*Note that the Montreal SPCA remains open as usual.
Source: Montreal SPCA
Media contact: Anita Kapuscinska, Montreal SPCA, 514-359-5198, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Montreal SPCA – Founded in 1869, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (now known simply as the Montreal SPCA) was the first animal-welfare organization in Canada. Celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, the Montreal SPCA is now the largest animal protection organization in Quebec, speaking on behalf of animals wherever there is ignorance, cruelty, exploitation, or neglect.