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Dorado, which means golden in Spanish, is the first accredited facility dog in Atlantic Canada and one of 29 dogs across the country supporting trauma victims.
A Windsor, Ont., woman who uses a service dog for her anxiety and other issues is upset that Via Rail would not allow her to board a train with two service dogs.
A Saskatchewan woman says she was kicked out of a Chuck E. Cheese location in Regina because she uses a service dog.
A new program in Alberta is partnering a canine therapist with paramedics in hopes of helping first responders cope with stress.
An argument broke out after a woman complained about a service dog being allowed inside a Delaware restaurant.
Ontario's human rights tribunal has ruled that a nine-year-old autistic boy can't bring his service dog with him into class.
Providers and users of guide dogs for the visually impaired say new proposed federal standards for service dog teams disregard their current needs and could pose barriers to future access.
An Ontario family has gone to the province's human rights tribunal to fight for their autistic son's right to bring his service animal into class.
RCMP are appealing to the public to help locate a man who hit and killed a guide dog with his truck in a city north of Calgary.
The Supreme Court appears sympathetic to a 12-year-old Michigan girl with cerebral palsy who wants to sue school officials for refusing to let her bring a service dog to class.
Nova Scotia is moving to certify service dogs, protecting the growing number of people who have trained service dogs by restricting those who get to claim that status for their pets.