Tuxedo Stan’s Do-Gooder Award

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Dec 17, 2014 1 Comment ›› Hugh

Today the Tuxedo Party had the opportunity to say thank you to Agriculture Minister Keith Colwell for implementing the recent changes to the Animal Protection Act in Nova Scotia. Minister Colwell received the prestigious “Tuxedo Stan’s Do-Gooder Award.” This award is granted to people who work hard to help animals in need.

Honourable Keith Colwell, MLA

Honourable Keith Colwell, MLA

 

The award was created during the 2012 Halifax mayoralty election when a candidate for council was overheard referring to the Tuxedo Party as “a bunch of do-gooders.” We liked the sound of it so we made it our official award. BTW – that candidate lost the election.

Close up of the award

Close up of the award

 

Tuxedo Party members with Honourable Keith Colwell. Unfortunately, Linda Felix was unable to attend today’s event.

Cathy MacKenzie, Kathy Chisholm, Cindy Murphy, Minister Keith Colwell, Hugh Chisholm and Joe Popovitch

Cathy MacKenzie, Kathy Chisholm, Cindy Murphy, Minister Keith Colwell, Hugh Chisholm and Joe Popovitch

 

Here are some links to the Animal Protection Legislation in Nova Scotia:

Nova Scotia Animal Protection Act of 2008

Protection of Animal Welfare and Security Act 2013

Amendments to the Animal Protection Act 2014

Draft Standards of Care for Cats and Dogs

Comments

  1. Kim says:

    yes, Minister Colwell, all Nova Scotians who love their pets greatfully thank you for your work and commitment in making the lives of companion animals better. It’s long overdue!

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