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Burnaby City Council’s response to September 23 delegations regarding proposed increased to breed sp

Dear Mayor and Council, I am writing to respond to Council’s response to September 23 delegates who addressed staff’s report and recommendations regarding breed specific legislation in the City’s animal control bylaws. It would seem that despite receiving scientific and peer reviewed data and information from academics and legal professionals (both as delegates and letters from the community) regarding the flaws in the data used by staff, the inferences made and the problems inherent in breed specific legislation as a public safety tool, Council continues to rely on unreliable sources of information to justify their anti pit bull agenda. Notably, Councillor Calendino stated that although Cal

Delegations take a bite out of Burnaby's animal control bylaw

Delegation after delegation at Monday night’s council meeting called on the city to remove of breed-specific legislation from its animal control bylaw and instead encourage responsible dog ownership. A behavioural dog trainer, animal advocates and a litigation lawyer for corporate and animal law were among the three delegations at Burnaby’s Sept. 23 council meeting. HugABull: Kristen Neratini, left, with Koda, and Shelagh Begg, with Dizzy, are part of the HugABull Advocacy and Rescue Society. Photograph By FILE On Sept. 9, council tabled a staff report recommending that terminology categorizing pit bulls as vicious dogs be kept and strengthened in the city’s animal control bylaw. Council is

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