The exposé shows the cruel conditions horses must endure en route to slaughter in Japan; airs on CTV Saturday, February 27, at 7 pm ET.
The investigation into David, Victoria and Jason Small for the neglect of horses in their care has ended in a jail sentence for the entire family.
The Ontario Government has released a public survey and introduced a new temporary regulation in an effort to improve the animal welfare system.
Animal cruelty enforcement expert Kendra Coulter has released a new report: A More Humane and Safer Ontario: The Future of Animal Cruelty Investigations.
The Small family pled guilty to animal abuse and the court heard the agreed on statement of facts about the dead and starving horses in their care.
The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will not sign a new contract with the province after the current one expires the end of March.
David Lee, Victoria and Jason Leroy Small, accused in a case of animal cruelty in Ontario, have decided to plead guilty and face sentencing next month.
Patricia Lynn Moore, who is facing charges of cruelty against animals by the Alberta SPCA and the RCMP, is no stranger to the court system.
Fifty-two horses and six dogs were removed from a property in Alberta. Patricia Lynn Moore and Ross Andrew have been charged with 27 related offences.
A new survey asks for the public's input on how animal cruelty investigations and humane law enforcement should be handled in Ontario.
The OSPCA, which has investigated and prosecuted animal cruelty cases involving horses and livestock, will pull back from such operations in 2019.
Criminal litigator D. Sid Freeman will write a Community Impact Statement to present to the Court in the animal cruelty case against the Small family.
David Lee, Victoria and Jason Leroy Small failed to appear in a Provincial Offences Court in Newmarket, ON, on July 6, as each face animal cruelty charges.