Quebec Government Introduces Legislation to Ban Pit Bulls, Several Other Breeds, Province-Wide

Province of Quebec is Set to Follow Montreal's LeadThe proposed bylaw, Bill 128, declares several dog breeds potentially dangerous. A Gradual Pit Bull Ban Quebec, CA - Last week, Quebec Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux announced that pit bulls will eventually be banned throughout the province. The news comes after months of delays for the province's new dangerous dog legislation that began being discussed after the mauling death of Christiane Vadnais in Montrea… [Read full blog post]

City of Montreal Wins Appeal; Quebec Court of Appeal Overturns Lower Court's Suspension of Pit Bull Ban Bylaw

The Montreal Pit Bull Ban is Now in EffectÉdifice Ernest Cormier, Quebec Court of Appeal building. Photo by Mickael Pollard.1 Ban Now in Effect UPDATE 12/01/16: On Thursday, the Quebec Court of Appeal overturned a lower court judge's ruling suspending provisions of Montreal's dangerous dog bylaw pertaining to pit bulls. The lower court judge erred in his ruling. The Montreal pit bull ban will be in effect until the court resolves the ongoing lawsuit brought by the Montrea… [Read full blog post]

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

Quebec Provincial Officials Signal Similar PursuitMedical 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]

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]

Ontario Gets it Right, Again: Denies Cesar Millan's Pit Bull Entry into Province

True Alpha Dog Ontario, CA - The Ministry of the Attorney General of Ontario, Canada recently told "Dog Whisperer" Cesar Millan that he was welcome in the province for a press tour, but that his pit bull was not. In 2005, under the Dog Owners' Liability Act, Ontario banned pit bulls. Attorney General Chris Bentley recently stated, "We have a piece of legislation and it applies to all. We don't amend it on the fly. We respect the law and we expect the law applies equally to all." Part… [Read full blog post]

Cities with Successful Pit Bull Laws; Data Shows Breed-Specific Laws Work

Tracking Results: 2006 to Present DayRead about breed-specific legislation with strong results. Well-written pit bull ordinances save the lives of children, adults, senior citizens and beloved pets. Pit Bull Laws Save Lives DogsBite.org - Cities and counties in at least 14 states report successful results after enacting a breed-specific ordinance. These states include: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Penn… [Read full blog post]