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Lawyer challenges reforms to the province's animal protection laws

A local lawyer says changes to animal welfare laws have put too much power into the hands of the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The changes include inspections of zoos and aquariums, and $5.5-million dollars annually to the OSPCA.
Kurtis Andrews has been critical in the past about animal welfare laws and the power of the OSPCA:


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