Court declares OSPCA's century-old law-enforcement powers unconstitutional, citing lack of transparency and accountability

Court declares OSPCA’s century-old law-enforcement powers unconstitutional, citing lack of transparency and accountability

The Ontario government will have to overhaul its animal protection legislation, barring a successful appeal . . .

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