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OLA to make its voice heard at Queen’s Park Debate


By —— Bio and Archives--November 10, 2010

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The Ontario Landowners Associations (OLA) will make its voice heard at Queen’s Park on November 18th when legislators debate a resolution on the undemocratic powers of the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. (OSPCA)

“We are encouraging our members as well as all animal lovers to pack the Queen’s Park visitors’ gallery on November 18th,” said OLA President Deb Madill. “We want to drive home the message that MPPs should support a resolution calling on the government to review the OSPCA’s powers.”

Madill says the OSPCA has extraordinary powers under the OSPCA Act, including warrantless entry, and is not subject to “Freedom of Information”.

“Our Government has no control or power over the OSPCA which is self governing and reports only to itself,” says Madill. “This has led the OSPCA to abuse the rights of countless farmers and other animal owners. This is wrong.”

The OLA believes the OSPCA must be reined in, its powers placed under the authority of a separate body and its inspection and enforcement abilities separated from its charitable animal shelter services.


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Ontario Landowners Association -- Bio and Archives | Comments

The Ontario Landowners Association shall defend and promote the principal of strong local governments, democracy, and natural justice and represent the interests of the rural community.

For Rural Ontario to survive, Property Rights and judicial reform must be enshrined into law at all three levels of Government, these being; Federal, Provincial, and Municipal.

 

Rural Ontario is under systematic attack by government bureaucracy and false environmentalism.

 

The Ontario Landowners have and will continue to expose and meet these threats with determination and resolve in the court of public opinion.

 


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