We want to share some of the great work being done by our dedicated network of community partners. Here are just a few examples of how together, we are creating healthy communities for animals and people in the North.
Celebrating partnerships in the North: Naotkamegwanning First Nation
Since 2015, the Ontario SPCA has been working collaboratively alongside Naotkamegwanning First Nation (Whitefish Bay), supporting their Community wellness initiatives for pets and people.
Provincial Animal Transfer program at work
A plane carrying 58 community dogs in search of new homes arrived at the Peterborough Airport from Big Trout Lake First Nation. This is a community about 500 kilometres north of Thunder Bay.
Indigenous Corporate Training with Bob Joseph: Respect, understanding and animals
Bob Joseph, founder of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc., has provided training on Indigenous relations since 1994. He joins us on our podcast now to share thoughts on Indigenous understandings of animals and animal welfare.
Dogs are on their way from Whitefish Bay – They need your help!”
Beat the Heat Kenora: Changing lives of dogs up North
Tammy McConomy and Jeanie Leroux have a passion for Northern communities – this is why they founded Beat the Heat Kenora.
Tammy McConomy and Jeanie Leroux have a passion for Northern communities – this is why they founded Beat the Heat Kenora. Learn all about this amazing initiative and how it’s helping care for, spay/neuter and relocate Northern community dogs, on our podcast!
Host, Kevin MacKenzie, speaks with Nancy Larsen, President and Co-Founder of the Alberta Spay/Neuter Task Force and R.J. Bailot, Co-Founder and Board Member of the Alberta Spay/Neuter Task Force. Nancy and R.J. explain what the Alberta Spay/Neuter Task Force is and why it is important to have spay/neuter clinics in First Nation Communities.
In this podcast we speak to Daryl Vaillancourt, Senior Director of Humane Programs and Community Outreach at the Ontario SPCA. He sheds light on the purpose of the program, our amazing partners, and how we’re hoping to help northern communities with their dog overpopulation.