Saskatchewan SPCA: The Link Conference

par Saskatchewan SPCA

  • jeudi, 21 septembre 2017 de 8:00 Matin à vendredi, 22 septembre 2017 5:00 Après-midi (HAC)
  • Regina Delta Hotel 1919 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, SK S4P 4H2

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The Link Conference will explore the relationship between animal abuse and interpersonal violence. 

Détails

When: September 21-22, 2017

Where: Regina Delta Hotel

Keynote speaker: Dr. Randall Lockwood, Senior Vice President and Anti-Cruelty Projects of the ASPCA, and an internationally recognized expert on the animal cruelty/human violence connection.

  • SPECIAL CONFERENCE HOTEL RATE:  $139/night – includes free parking!
  • Book your room now! Only a limited number of rooms available at this special rate.
  • Hotel:  Link Conference

Check back for updates on conference speakers, schedule, and registration or call 1.306.382.7722.

We hope to see you in September. Everyone welcome.

Cancellations: Refunds less a $25 administration fee will be given for cancellations received by Sept. 14th. We will send a cheque for the refund within 10-15 business days of receiving your cancellation.

If you are unable to attend the conference, you may send an alternate in your place without additional charge. Please notify us at info@sspca.ca or 306.382.7722.

Please note: If you are using a credit card to pay for your conference registration, the charge on your statement will appear as CanadaHelps.org or CH.org.

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Regina Delta Hotel
1919 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, SK S4P 4H2

21 septembre 2017
jeudi, 21 septembre 2017 8:00 Matin (HAC)

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519 45th Street West
Saskatoon , SK
S7L5Z9

À propos de cet organisme

The Saskatchewan SPCA is a registered charity working to promote the humane treatment of animals through education and prevention programs. We promote empathy, compassion, and respect for all living animals. As the provincial voice on animal welfare, Saskatchewan SPCA is working in cooperation with our stakeholders to make a real and lasting difference in the welfare of companion animals and livestock in Saskatchewan. We are working with our stakeholders to create a new certification and registration program for animal rescue groups in Saskatchewan. We are working with human service agencies and animal welfare organizations in order to help raise awareness of the link between interpersonal violence and animal abuse. Our Animal Welfare Conference — open to the public — offers a chance to learn more about the care of animals and current animal welfare issues. Our Stryker K-9 Care Fund helps with the veterinary costs for retired police dogs.