Condo’s pet restriction muzzles couple’s Human Rights claim (ON)

This is the story of a $47,000 dog named Peaches and its troubled stay in a Barrie condominium.  It all began back in July, 2014, when Dianna Labranche and her dog moved into a condominium unit owned by her common-law partner, Joseph Dominelli. The unit is part of Simcoe Condominium Corporation No. 89 which consists of 57 suites located in three separate buildings.     Read the article…………


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