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Mr. Louis McCann

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President and Chief Executive Off...

PIJAC Canada
1010 Polytek Street,
Ottawa , Ontario K1J9H9
Canada

Company Description: PIJAC Canada's education programs offer members a credible and standardized certification process. The policies and guidelines set out by PIJAC Canada provide...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    PIJAC Canada
  • Director Cruelty Investigations Department
    Canadian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Education

  • Bachelor of Science , Agriculture
    McGill University
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www.pijaccanada.com, 17 Jan 2015 [cached]
Louis McCann President & CEO executiveoffice@pijaccanada.com ext: 112
Louis McCann, president and ...
www.animalessentials.ca, 11 June 2014 [cached]
Louis McCann, president and CEO of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council of Canada in Ottawa, doesn't recall another company pulling out of Quebec because of labeling issues. McCann laid out the labeling requirements as they currently stand: 'In Canada, under the Product Labeling Act, all products being offered must have both official languages - French and English - on the packaging. In Quebec, there is added provision in their Act that the French language be prevalent.' McCann says there is some flexibility and Quebec is OK if both languages have co-billing on labels. McCann hasn't heard any other rumblings from other pet-related companies about labeling issues and doesn't foresee other pet companies leaving Quebec.
Louis McCann, president and ...
www.petproductnews.com, 6 June 2014 [cached]
Louis McCann, president and CEO of the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council of Canada in Ottawa, doesn’t recall another company pulling out of Quebec because of labeling issues. McCann laid out the labeling requirements as they currently stand: "In Canada, under the Product Labeling Act, all products being offered must have both official languages â€" French and English â€" on the packaging. In Quebec, there is added provision in their Act that the French language be prevalent.â€� McCann says there is some flexibility and Quebec is OK if both languages have co-billing on labels.
But Louis McCann, president ...
www.yorkregion.com, 22 Jan 2014 [cached]
But Louis McCann, president and CEO of Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council of Canada, doesn't see it that way.
"We, as an association, are of the philosophy that any source can have the privilege and the right to offer animals for sale or adoption, provided it's done properly," he said. "We believe the orientation taken by the committee (of the whole) eliminates one of these good sources."
Mr. McCann said reputable pet stores have protocols in place and work with veterinarians to ensure the animals they are selling are healthy.
"There is no evidence to suggest that transmission of disease is higher in this type of establishment than any other one," he said.
Mr., McCann recommends the city take a different approach.
"I don't think the city should target pet stores," he said. "If they're looking at a responsible pet ownership bylaw, or improving their own municipal bylaw, they should target and look at all the different pet establishments that operate within the city - and that means shelters, rescues, pet stores, municipal animal control facilities. All should be painted with the same brush, in terms of what kind of care they provide to their animals and what kind of information they offer to the general public or the prospective pet owners."
Mr. McCann said the advisory council has no objections to municipalities requiring pet stores to be licensed.
The advisory council has also recommended the city work with those who offer pets for sale or adoption to develop a "common message that deals with responsible pet ownership, that promotes the positive pet experience and get the buy-in from all the different establishments to promote that message," he said.
PIJAC CANADA - The voice of the Canadian pet industry
www.pijaccanada.com, 26 Jan 2012 [cached]
Louis McCann
Executive Director executiveoffice@pijaccanada.com
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