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A number of studies on people who kill animals

The Vancouver Sun newspaper published an article today titled Convicted animal killer Kayla Bourque granted unescorted day passes, which got me thinking about what type of person deliberately kills an animal. A Michigan University study in 2008 (a) titled Cruelty to Animals and Violence Towards People found: “Cruelty to animals and violence towards people have […]

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Woman murders dog during divorce

A British Columbia woman who teaches arts and crafts, puppetry, heritage hat making and other classes to children in Burnaby, Maple Ridge, Langley, Surrey, Vancouver, Whistler and other areas took an innocent family pet to a local vet and had it killed during a lengthy divorce. The Rottweiler/German Shepard cross was killed during the time […]

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Who taught children at Lynn Valley – Sea to Sky Heritage Fair? Parents should know.

Parents with young children should know who is teaching their children at local festivals, art classes, or other public events. But does a parent really know who their children are meeting? For that matter, how much research on instructors do festival organizers, art class organizers, or other public bodies do before entrusting children to the […]

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Is Place des Arts in Coquitlam shielding dog killer from parents?

Place des Arts is once again hosting the annual highlight A Lantern Affair, but this year Place des Arts doesn’t say if the person holding the workshop event is known dog killer Liz Summerfield. In fact the PDA doesn’t mention any artist at all in any of the ads this year, which is strange as […]