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Animal Care Committee
The CBU Animal Care Committee (ACC) is responsible for:
- Ensuring that animal care and use procedures at CBU comply with CCAC guidelines
- Evaluating animal use protocols to determine their ethical acceptability
- Ensuring that due consideration is given to the ethics of animal experimentation by all those involved
and has the authority to:
- Stop any objectionable procedure if it considers that unnecessary distress or pain is being experienced by an animal
- Stop immediately any use of animals which deviates from the approved use, any no-approved procedure, or any procedure causing unforeseen pain or distress to animals.
- Have an animal killed humanely if pain or distress to the animal cannot be alleviated.
The ACC reports to the Vice-President, Academic through the Office of Research & Graduate Studies.
Terms of Reference in (PDF).
2021-2022 CBU Animal Care Committee Members
- Andrew Reynolds (Chair)
- Jared Walters (ACC Coordinator)
- Byron Buick (Veterinarian)
- Kellie White (Lab Instructor Member)
- Ken Oakes (Biology Faculty Member)
- Michael Tanchuk (Biology Faculty Member)
- Sandy Anthony (Community Representative)
- Chelsey Walsh (Student Member)
Unama’ki espi-kina’matno’kuom etek Mi’kma’ki, wla na no’kamanaq aq maqamikewminu mena’qiknmuetuk.
Cape Breton University is located in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaw People.
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