Quebec pit bull ban is misguided, say Ottawa-Gatineau animal welfare advocates - Ottawa - CBC News

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By Idil Mussa, CBC News Ottawa, April 16, 2017

Animal welfare advocates in Ottawa and Gatineau are worried Quebec's proposed ban on pit bulls will negatively affect the breed's adoption rate and overall survival. Bill 128 was tabled last Thursday in Quebec's National Assembly, and is the beginning of what Quebec Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux calls a "gradual" approach to legislating dangerous dogs.

The law would allow the provincial government to eventually prohibit any kind of dog it considers dangerous, including pit bulls and other breeds trained to protect or attack.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/dog-advocates-in-the-capital-region-worry-about-quebecs-ban-on-pit-bulls-1.4071939