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Manitobans demand end to no-pet policies in rental units; bill unlikely to pass.

“We’re tired of seeing animals surrendered to the humane society with the reason being that there’s a no-pet policy where they’re moving,” Bill McDonald, executive director of the Winnipeg Humane Society, said Thursday.

“I personally have dealt with situations that would make you cry, where you know, an elderly couple have a 10, 11 or 12-year-old pet and one of them dies. The other one needs to go into assisted living and there’s no one to take the pet.”

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