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April 22, 2014
2013 Top Agility Dog Results Now Online
April 22, 2014
Grants of up to $30,000 for Canine Health Research Announced
April 21, 2014
Re-Publish for Comment: Proposed Breed Standard Amendments Re: The Basset Hound
April 15, 2014
CKC Seeks Volunteer Agility Course Design Evaluators
April 15, 2014
Available Priority Dates for Retriever Trial Clubs in Ontario
April 14, 2014
Changes to Breedsecure Program Benefit CKC Member Breeders
April 14, 2014
Summer Restrictions for Pet Travellers
April 14, 2014
2013 Results for Canada’s Top Field Dogs Now Online
April 09, 2014
March 2014 Board Meeting Synopsis Now Online
April 08, 2014
2013 Results for Canada's Top Obedience Dog Now Online
March 31, 2014
2013 Results for Canada’s Top Show Dogs are Now Available!
March 17, 2014
Great Effort as Karen Ramstead Takes on 2014 Iditarod Race
March 14, 2014
March 2014 Board Meeting Agenda Now Available Online
March 12, 2014
CKC Congratulates Colton O’Shea - Crufts World Junior Handling Champion
March 04, 2014
Members Can Now Vote Online for this year’s Election and Referendum
March 03, 2014
2014 CKC Annual General Meeting Agenda Now Online
February 26, 2014
Amendment to Quebec Regulation May Impact CKC Members
February 26, 2014
Publish for Comment Online: Clubs
February 14, 2014
2012 Top Agility Dog Results Now Available
February 13, 2014
Top 10 CKC-Registered Breeds Hold Steady for 2013
February 13, 2014
2013 National Open Springer Spaniel Field Trial Championship
February 13, 2014
Updated Judge’s Disqualification/Excusal Form
February 10, 2014
Breed Club and Breeder Booths Now Available for 2014 All About Pets Show
February 07, 2014
Publish for Comment Online: New Applicant Conformation Judge
February 07, 2014
Publish for Comment: Proposed Breed Standard Amendments Re: The American Cocker Spaniel
February 28, 2012
How You Can Help Move Anti-BSL Bill 16 to Third Reading

With the passing of the second reading of Bill 16—an Act intended to abolish the breed-specific section of the Dog Owners' Liability Act (DOLA), enacted August 29, 2005—there is still much work to be done in terms of the Bill making its way toward third reading. The Bill, supported by MPP Randy Hillier (PC), MPP Cheri DiNovo (NDP) and MPP Kim Craitor (LIB), has now been referred to the Standing Committee on Regulations and Private Bills.

As only the Liberal Minority Government can call a Bill for Third Reading, it is crucial that you call or contact your local MPP, especially if they are a Liberal, and let them know that you want Bill 16 brought forward for Third Reading.

As MPP Randy Hillier reminds us on his Riding Association’s website www.bringbackthebulls.com, “we are in a minority government situation, where the opposition Members outnumber the government. This means when the House Leaders of the three parties get together, there is a significant probability that as the opposition parties, we will be able to convince the Liberals to call Bill 16 for a Third Reading, or they risk exposing themselves to a possible vote of non-confidence on their own government bills later.”

There is still time to influence the upcoming vote.
Know that your phone calls and emails can collectively make a difference!

Thanks to all who have shown their support for Bill 16 since it was first introduced by MPP Randy Hillier, November 30, 2011. Let’s continue to see the challenge through, with a view to permanently removing Breed Specific Legislation from Ontario!

The CKC would also like to thank the Dog Legislation Council of Canada for their passion, relentless commitment to eliminating breed specific legislation, the necessary pursuit of legal funding and—for carrying the torch for so many years to further the promotion of responsible dog ownership. The CKC, our members and the canine community at large, truly appreciate your efforts! The CKC, our members and the canine community at large, truly appreciate your efforts!

We cannot stress enough that CKC opposes Breed Specific Legislation and as stated in its official BSL Legislative Policy, "supports dangerous and/or vicious dog legislation, which would serve to protect the public from dangerous dogs." CKC maintains that "a dangerous temperament is a product of many factors" and cannot be determined by breed alone.  


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