Martine Painchaud

Martine Painchaud contradicts herself in La Presse & The Gazette

The City sees its citizens as a bunch of morons.

August 7, 2012 12:00 AM – La Presse

Speaking to Martine Painchaud, a spokesperson for the city, La Presse reports that now, if an animal is declared dangerous by a borough, the immediate sentence is death. The owner has 24 hours, in which they can hire an expert of their choosing to contest the sentence.

August 15, 2012 11:15 PM – The Gazette

The flyers for the demonstration, as well as a statement posted on the Montreal SPCA’s website both say the new bylaw would give a dog’s owner 24 hours to obtain an evaluation from an animal behaviorist in order to appeal the decision to euthanize their dog. That claim was also refuted by Painchaud.

Martine Painchaud
Attachée de presse
Tel: 514 872-9998
martine.painchaud@ville.montreal.qc

5 thoughts on “Martine Painchaud contradicts herself in La Presse & The Gazette”

  1. a protest may just be seen as a fringe group of people doing what Quebecers do best. requesting a public consultation shows that citizens are serious and want to be taken seriously.

  2. Ineligible subjects Certain matters are ineligible and will not be considered for public consultation if they concern, for example: the sharing of powers, or the governance or the status of the City administrative organization or contracts management budget, fees or taxes an urban development project for which a public consultation or approval by referendum has already been prescribed by law a project that has already been submitted for public consultation within the previous three years a call for tenders, pending or completed, or for which a contract has already been awarded a matter pending before the court or a matter that was the object of a judgment, or an out-of-court settlement.

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