Canmore RCMP Arrest 15 Persons Who Broke into Kennel to Protest Treatment of Dogs

Canmore, Alberta – On November 16, 2019 at approximately 8:20 a.m., members of the Canmore Detachment were called to the Mad Dogs & Englishmen kennels East of Canmore when approximately thirty protestors broke into the kennels to protest the treatment of the dogs.

At the time, fifteen people were arrested and transported to the Canmore detachment. Of the fifteen, fourteen are adults, and one youth are among the accused.

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At this time, the accused are facing criminal charges of Break and Enter to commit Mischief.

All accused have been released, and first appearance for all involved is scheduled for January 15, 2020 in Canmore Provincial Court.

As a youth has been charged and cannot be named pursuant to the Youth Criminal Justice Act, the names of the accused are not being released at this time.

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