A video of a young woman being knocked down and run over by a Hamilton Police Service mounted police officer went viral over the weekend.
Two cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis from the Regional Municipality of Niagara were reported Sept. 12, 2018. One was euthanized and one is recovering.
A filly has been diagnosed with West Nile Virus in Essex County, in Ontario. She is currently responding well to treatment.
One horse has died from equine herpes myeloencephalopathy (EHM), caused by equine herpes virus 1 (EHV-1), in Simcoe County. One other horse is recovering.
On September 7th, a positive case of Equine Infectious Anemia was confirmed by the CFIA for a horse on a premises in the County of Grande Prairie, Alberta.
In a new lawsuit, the Canadian Horse Defence Coalition alleges that the CFIA is breaking its own rules when transporting horses by air for slaughter.
Equine Guelph is offering a Sickness Prevention in Horses short online course this October 15 -26. Sign up now for equine biosecurity education.
Horse industry members and leaders from the sport and emergency medicine community have designed Canada’s first Symposium on Brain Injury and Mental Health.
Equine Guelph will offer a three-week horse care and welfare online short course from September 17th to October 5th, covering a wide array of topics.
Meaford Fire Department Training Centre in Ontario will host Equine Guelph’s Large Animal Rescue Awareness/Operational Training, October 12-14, 2018.
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.
Due to the increasing threat from hundreds of wildfires in British Columbia, the B.C. government has declared a provincial state of emergency.
Two horses in Saskatchewan have contracted West Nile Virus since the end of July, at two different farms. One survived and the other was euthanized.
The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs was notified of two confirmed cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis in Haldimand County, ON.
Three Ontario people accused of animal cruelty, in an ongoing case of horrific abuse and neglect, once again failed to appear in court today, August 13th.