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North Van owners of dog electrocuted on sidewalk sue city

The owners of a dog that was electrocuted on a sidewalk in North Vancouver are suing the city and FortisBC for damages. On Feb. 23, 2018, Nanami Ushiroji was out walking her dog, Coby, on the sidewalk on the south side of Carrie Cates Court near the loading bay at Lonsdale Quay. Nanami Ushiroji of North Vancouver was traumatized when she took her dog out for a walk and the animal was electrocuted on the sidewalk outside Lonsdale Quay. HANDOUT The owners of a dog that was electrocuted on a sidewalk in North Vancouver are suing the city and FortisBC for damages. On Feb. 23, 2018, Nanami Ushiroji was out walking her dog, Coby, on the sidewalk on the south side of Carrie Cates Court near the loa

Winner: Top 25 Most Influential Lawyer in Canada 2019

Canadian Lawyer received a deluge of nominations for animal rights lawyers. Rebeka Breder rose to the top of the list and won the Changemakers category. The emerging practice specialty involves helping clients with pet custody, dog bites and “dangerous,” “vicious” or “aggressive” dog designations. For recent action on the animal protection front, Breder is acting for the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition’s lawsuit against the federal government for the overcrowding of horses while they are being transported for slaughter. Learn more here

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