OSPCA confirms Marineland passes latest inspection
Animal welfare officials confirming a report released last week by Marineland that a recent, routine inspection of the Niagara Falls tourist attraction found no issues of concern.
The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says last month's inspection was not related to the 11 animal cruelty charges it laid against the park in November and January.
Marineland denies those charges relating to treatment of animals including black bears, elk, deer, guinea hens and a peacock.
The park says an external veterinarian recently examined all its animals and found no problems, adding its herds of elk, deer and bison were found to be healthy and well fed.
Larry talks with Suzanne Johnston and Derek McNally about the hospital and Niagara Health in general.