The controversial law backed by Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre that was an essential death sentence for thousands of pit bulls and 'pit bull-types' has been given a stay while the SPCA challenges it-but isn't permanent just yet.
We've been keeping you updated about the terrible legislation passed...
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Owners able to walk unmuzzled pooches thanks to new bylaw
Dogs certified by Canadian Kennel Club can get exemptions
By Darrell Bellaart, Daily News July...
Delta's bylaw drops pit bull designation
By Jessica Kerr, The Delta Optimist November 3, 2010
Pit bulls in Delta will no longer automatically be classified as dangerous dogs.
Civic politicians approved a new animal control bylaw last week that removed the breed specific designation.
Alderman calls for toughened dangerous dog bylaw
By SHAWN LOGAN, SUN MEDIA
Dangerous dog breeds living in Calgary should be identified and flagged to prevent attacks on humans, says an alderman who fears a recent court ruling may force the city to review its Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw...
Every dog has its day
Guysborough County couple not guilty of owning banned breed
By CATHY VON KINTZEL Truro Bureau
NEW GLASGOW - A judge, acquitting a couple of owning a banned dog, criticized Guysborough County's breed-specific dog bylaw Friday as "vague and overreaching. "