Marineland passes latest inspection
Marineland says it has passed a surprise inspection from the OSPCA.
The Niagara Falls theme park says investigators found no signs of animal abuse or neglect during a surprise visit on Wednesday.
In a release, Marineland officials say the inspection confirms the park’s “total innocence to all allegations made by discredited activists.”
Last week, crown prosecutors dropped eight animal abuse related charges laid against the park by the OSPCA for lack of evidence.
Another three charges were dismissed because the Crown said it was not in the public's interest to pursue them.
CKTB has reached out to the OSPCA for clarification on the visit because some media agencies are reporting there were 11 items that required action.
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