Cities in Province of Quebec Move to Adopt Breed-Specific Bylaws After Pit Bull Horrifically Kills Woman

Quebec Provincial Officials Signal Similar Pursuit Medical responders on June 8 seen removing the body of Christiane Vadnais. Montreal Seeks Ban Montreal, CA - On June 8, Montreal city officials, media members and the public recoiled in horror after a 55-year old woman was savagely killed by a neighbor's pit bull while in her own backyard. The nightmarish unprovoked attack that left Christiane Vadnais dead and first responders shaken to their core, occurred in Pointe-au… [Read full blog post]

Video: Columnist Barbara Kay on How to Know You're a Pit Bull 'Fanatic'

Watch National Post Video Toronto, Canada - National Post columnist Barbara Kay has really crafted gold in her recent video. Barbara Kay often tackles the pit bull issue in her weekly column. The video is fittingly titled, "How to know you're a pit bull fanatic." Kay then dives into the type of people who respond to her controversial columns about pit bulls. "I get a lot of blow back from pit bull fanatics," she states. "I call them fanatics because they are in denial about the inh… [Read full blog post]

Miss Universe Canada Joins Call for Provincial Pit Bull Law in British Columbia

Emma Cranford and Miss Universe Canada, Sahar Biniaz. Angelic Figure Appears British Columbia, CA - On August 23, 4-year old Emma Cranford of White Rock was suddenly attacked by a pet pit bull while attending a family gathering. "Bite is not even the word," her mother Elizabeth Cranford told Peace Arch News. "She latched onto her neck and took a chunk. The bottom part of her right ear, right up to the chin was demolished." At the time of the attack, Emma was visiting her uncle's ho… [Read full blog post]

New Canadian Study Shows Pit Bull Bans in Province of Manitoba Result in Fewer Hospitalizations

Injury Prevention, June 2012 Canada - Last week, the National Post published an article about a new Canadian dog bite injury study by University of Manitoba-affiliated authors that shows that breed-specific pit bull laws lowered the overall rate at which people were hospitalized with serious dog bite injuries over a 23-year period. The study focuses on the province of Manitoba and jurisdictions within it that banned pit bull-type dogs and jurisdictions that did not from… [Read full blog post]