Majority of CKTB voters think it's time to end Pit Bull ban in Ontario.

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610 CKTB listeners have spoken when it comes to ending the pit bull ban in Ontario.

On Monday, we learned the Ontario government would be revisiting a number of dog ownership laws, including the ban on the breed.

Pit bulls have been banned in the province since 2005, and while owners of the breed were allowed to keep their pets, they must be sterilized and leashed and muzzled while in public.

In a social media poll held yesterday, over 5000 people voted.

5.3K votes were cast on Facebook, with 4.8 thousand votes saying the ban should end.

Only 500 votes supported the ban staying in place.

It was a closer race on Twitter with 53% of people saying the ban should be lifted.

Kevin Strooband with the Lincoln County Humane Society says he is glad the issue is being revisited and he would like to see it lifted.

He says all breeds of dogs have nasty sides and it's not fair to paint all breeds with the same brush.