Animal complaints

Iqaluit’s dog problem overwhelms bylaw officers.

Iqaluit bylaw officers already spend most of their time dealing with Iqaluit’s loose dogs, but that’s still not enough to get the work done, Keith Park, the Iqaluit’s acting bylaw chief, told city councillors May 4 at a meeting of the city’s public works and engineering committee.

Park said his department is so busy catching loose dogs, there’s little time for other kinds of bylaw enforcement.

“Ninety-eight per cent of our call-outs are animal complaints,” he said.

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