Protesters gathered at Queen's Park in Toronto today to raise their concerns about the current Animal Rights Law in Ontario and consequently demanded a change in Ontario animal's rights.
Owing to a Ringworm outbreak in a shelter, home to 350 animals in Newmarket area in the month of May, 2010, Ontario Society For the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal ( OSPCA ) , allegedly euthanized almost 102 animals. OSPCA described the ringworm outbreak as a matter of public health, but yet to release any information on the condition or care of the remaining and new animals or on the safety of the shelter. A rally was organized at Queen's Park Toronto on 10th July, 2010 to call for independent investigation & legislative changes to ensure regulatory oversight of the OSPCA. During the rally,people shared their stories about the incidents that happened to their beloved animals and about the alleged atrocities of OSPCA.