Toronto Humane Society

OSPCA set to stay on another three weeks; staff disavow management.

“Ian McConachie does not speak for Humane Society staff. The board does not speak for the current Toronto Humane Society staff,” Hendy said, reading the statement out loud. “We are pleased to be working with the Ontario SPCA and we do not feel threatened by their presence here.

She said management had been threatening to suspend or write up employees who didn’t follow their orders on issues such as euthanizing animals.

Since the raid, 12 animals have been euthanized due to their ill health.

Moving forward (hopefully): you might want to keep an eye on the Toronto Humane Society Protest Group (there’s a link to their Facebook page there, too) and the Association for the Reform of the Toronto Humane Society.

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