Canada to close borders to dogs from more than 100 countries over rabies concerns

Summary by Ground News
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Canada currently has no active cases of dog rabies. The agency says that while rabies is nearly 100 per cent preventable with proper vaccination, the disease is more than 99 per cent fatal for humans and dogs once they start to show symptoms. Animal Justice Canada says the agency should have opted for less stringent measures.
Published 2 months ago · Ottawa, Canada

News Articles

More Filters
All
Left
Center
Right

Rescue organizations want Canada to reverse its new ban on street dogs from over 100 countries

Dog rescue organizations hope Canada will reverse its ban on street dogs from over 100 countries, most of them in Africa, Central and South America, Asia, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. The past president of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association says while the ban may seem severe, it's warranted.

2 months ago·Canada
Read Full Article

Canada to close borders to dogs from more than 100 countries over rabies concerns

Federal authorities are set to close Canada's borders Wednesday to commercial dogs, including ones being put up for sale or adoption, from more than 100 countries deemed to be at high risk for canine rabies.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
Read Full Article

Canada to ban dogs from over 100 countries due to rabies concerns - National

The CFIA said dog rabies kills 59,000 people every year in the countries affected by the ban, including Afghanistan, Ukraine and mainland China.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
Read Full Article

Canada to close borders to dogs from more than 100 countries over rabies concerns

The move has been met with fierce opposition from some animal rescuers and advocates, but the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association says it’s necessary to protect people and dogs from a deadly disease.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
Read Full Article

Canada’s ban on dogs imported from 100 countries takes effect Wednesday

The move has been met with fierce opposition from some animal rescuers and advocates, but the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association says it’s necessary to protect people and dogs from a deadly disease

2 months ago·Canada
Read Full Article

Canada to Close Borders to Dogs From More Than 100 Countries Over Rabies Concerns

Federal authorities are set to close Canada’s borders Wednesday to commercial dogs, including ones being put up for sale or adoption, from more than 100 countries deemed to be at high risk for canine rabies. The move has been met with fierce opposition from some animal rescuers and advocates, but the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association says it’s necessary to protect people and dogs from a deadly disease. Canada currently has no active cases …

2 months ago·New York, United States
Read Full Article
Think freely.Subscribe and get full access to Ground NewsSubscriptions start at $9.99/yearSubscribe

Bias Distribution

43% of the sources lean Left, 43% of the sources are Center
CBC News
Global News
The Toronto Star
CTV News
The Globe & Mail
CP24
The Epoch Times
L 43%
C 43%
14%
See less detail