By Amanda Persico –

2011 was a bittersweet year for the OSPCA and animal advocates.
It saw the opening of a new provincial animal education centre, which officially opened close to a year after the York Region branch closed its doors and euthanized pets after a case of ringworm. Plus, the findings of an independent investigation, which came more than a year after the initial ringworm outbreak, were released.
“It took something tragic, but changes were made,” Reform Advocates for Animal Welfare founder Lynn Perrier said….

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