Brock professor conducts animal cruelty survey
A research project helmed by a Brock University professor is looking at how the province should handle animal cruelty investigations.
Chair of Brock's Labour Studies Department Kendra Coulter is launching a survey to collect feedback from the public on possible enforcement models and other related issues.
The research comes less than a week after an Ontario Superior Court judge found the enforcement powers held by the Ontario SPCA were unconstitutional, and said the province must re-write the laws governing the organization.
The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and can be found online at stopanimalcruelty.ca until the end of January.
Larry talks to AP of Political Science at Brock Charles Burton