Articles and reports | Canada

Links to important articles and reports on Breed Specific Legislation (BSL) in Canada

Canada is importing pit bulls by the hundreds from the U.S., worrying dog advocates
Tom Blackwell, National Post, July 7, 2016

Don’t wait on public opinion to ban pit bulls
Jesse Ferreras, Huffington Post, June 13, 2016

There’s no argument pit bulls kill
Barbara Kay, National Post, June 11, 2016

Responsibility for dog attacks lies with dog owners
Editorial, February 18, 2014

Elected leaders must protect against pit bulls
Lori Welbourns, January 29, 2016

Stronger dog laws help protect the community
Lori Welbourne, January 21, 2016

B.C. SPCA urges provincial registry of dangerous dogs
by Dan Fumano

Attacks Keep Coming, Ban Dangerous Dogs in BC Now
by Bill Tieleman

Won’t back down – Pit bull fanatics don’t have the facts on their side
by Lori Welbourne

Pit bull propagana is deadly by Lori Welbourne

Why pit bull bans work by Barabara Kay

Controversial pit bull bans result in fewer dog bites by Tom Blackwell

Bring back New Westminster’s pit bull law by Bill Tieleman

Carnival of Madness: Canada
Canada has not yet experienced the cultural disorientation that accompanies pit bull madness, but careful observers will find signs of early onset madness in recent Canadian news.

Pit bulls are disproportionally dangerous. Why is Calgary importing more of them? by Barbara Kay

Time to debate pit bull ban

City Won’t Lift Ban on Pit Bulls

It’s Time to Ban Pit Bulls in BC

Banning of the Pit Bulls

Pit bulls were Toronto’s biggest biters before the ban

Canada, get rid of pit bulls for once and for all
The dogs are so dangerous that even some of their most prominent advocates can’t sugarcoat the risks they pose.

Enough with Attacks, BC Must Ban Pit Bulls Like Ontario and Winnipeg do by Bill Tieleman

The Personal is Political by Barbara Kay

Miss Universe Canada joins call to restrict pit bulls in B.C.